Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital

Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital Exotic pet and small mammal primary care facility. Our ambition is to help our customers' pets live long, happy, and healthy lives.
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We believe that a key element to facilitate this goal is a great relationship with their veterinarian. The staff at Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital is committed to professional, caring, personalized service. We take pride in our dedication to practicing the highest standards in veterinary medicine. Our full service clinic offers state-of-the-art medical technology to treat a wide variety of companion and exotic animals.

World Animal Day is an annual event celebrated on October 4th. It aims to raise awareness and promote the rights and wel...
10/04/2023

World Animal Day is an annual event celebrated on October 4th. It aims to raise awareness and promote the rights and welfare of animals worldwide. The day has been observed since 1925. It is an important occasion that brings together individuals and organizations from around the globe to advocate for the end of unnecessary animal suffering.

To learn more about World Animal Day and get involved in activities and initiatives supporting animal welfare, you can visit the official website of World Animal Day at https://www.wildlifeday.org/en. πŸ’πŸπŸ¦ŽπŸ‹πŸ¦ˆπŸŠπŸ…πŸ†πŸ¦“πŸ¦πŸ¦§πŸ˜πŸ¦›πŸ¦πŸͺπŸ¦’πŸ¦˜πŸ¦šπŸ¦œπŸ¦©πŸ¦’πŸ‡πŸ¦¨πŸ¦‘πŸ¦¦πŸ¦₯πŸπŸ€πŸΏπŸ¦”

Scales & Tales: Guiding Your Iguana to a Healthier, Heftier Size! 🦎πŸ’ͺ
10/03/2023

Scales & Tales: Guiding Your Iguana to a Healthier, Heftier Size! 🦎πŸ’ͺ

Green iguanas are one of the most popular pet lizards in the United States due to their high availability and cheap initial price tag.

Happy National Black Dog Day! Similar to their feline counterparts, black dogs tend to get overlooked in shelters more o...
10/01/2023

Happy National Black Dog Day! Similar to their feline counterparts, black dogs tend to get overlooked in shelters more often than other dogs. From their shiny noses to their soft fur, black dogs are just as lovable as other dogs.

πŸ”” 10/1 - 10am update πŸ””The finder was able to safely catch the other dog that was seen with the pup found yesterday. We’v...
10/01/2023

πŸ”” 10/1 - 10am update πŸ””
The finder was able to safely catch the other dog that was seen with the pup found yesterday. We’ve added the photo of both dogs to the post. Neither dog is microchipped and both appear to be males.

🚨 Found Dog Alert 🚨

This sweet kiddo was brought into our clinic today. Male, found out in Kanasket Palmer. He was found without a collar, bandana was added in clinic. He was running with another dog, an all white male, but the finder was unable to safely catch the second dog. If you or anyone you know recognizes this kiddo, please comment, email or text our clinic. We are closed tomorrow but we can and will reach out to the finders regarding any information.

09/28/2023

1:34PM: Texting should be fully functional, we appreciate everyone's patience!

Technology is not our friend today apparently! While our phones are now working, we are unable to text. Our carrier is working on the issue currently, please call or email with updates and questions. We will update this post as we get updates.

Whisker Whispers: Decoding Feline Health Mysteries. 🐱❀️
09/28/2023

Whisker Whispers: Decoding Feline Health Mysteries. 🐱❀️

This article is designed to inform and educate new or existing hamster owners about a serious condition called cage rage.

09/28/2023

Earlier this morning, our phone carrier was experiencing an outage, causing us to be unable to receive or make any phone calls. We apologize for any inconvenience this caused. The good news is that our phones are now back online! We are trying our best to return any missed calls and voicemails we have received, please bear with us as we catch up as quickly as possible.

World Rabies Day is a global health observance that takes place annually on September 28th. It was started in 2007 by th...
09/28/2023

World Rabies Day is a global health observance that takes place annually on September 28th. It was started in 2007 by the Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC) to raise awareness about rabies prevention and control efforts worldwide. The day also serves to honor the memory of Louis Pasteur, the French chemist and microbiologist who developed the first rabies vaccine and died on September 28th.

The main goal of World Rabies Day is to promote education and understanding about rabies, its transmission, and prevention methods. The observance aims to highlight the importance of responsible pet ownership, vaccination campaigns, and community involvement in eliminating rabies globally. By raising awareness about the disease, its impact on public health, and the importance of vaccination, World Rabies Day plays a vital role in preventing the further spread of rabies.

To learn more about World Rabies Day and its activities, you can search for the following sources:
CDC - World Rabies Day
World Health Organization (WHO) - World Rabies Day

Golden Care for Goldfish: Navigating Nitrate Nuances for a Healthy Swim πŸŸπŸ’§
09/26/2023

Golden Care for Goldfish: Navigating Nitrate Nuances for a Healthy Swim πŸŸπŸ’§

In goldfish, nitrate poisoning occurs when the fish is exposed to a high level of nitrate over a period of time.

International Rabbit Day is celebrated on the last Saturday of September every year. It was founded by the Rabbit Charit...
09/23/2023

International Rabbit Day is celebrated on the last Saturday of September every year. It was founded by the Rabbit Charity in the U.K. in 1998. The day is dedicated to promoting the care and protection of domestic and wild rabbits. It serves as an opportunity to appreciate the contributions and value that pet rabbits bring to our lives, as well as to promote their welfare and encourage the creation of healthy environments for them. For information on rabbit husbandry and care tips, you can visit our new website and find care sheets under the "Pet Health, Small Mammal" section. πŸ‡

Hop into the World of Fluff: Discover the Top 10 Bunny Breeds to Befriend! πŸ‡πŸ’•
09/21/2023

Hop into the World of Fluff: Discover the Top 10 Bunny Breeds to Befriend! πŸ‡πŸ’•

Some rabbit breeds are a lot more difficult to befriend than others. While the giant breeds are gorgeous and usually very friendly, their long bodies make them susceptible to injury, meaning that they are not ideal pets for children.

Dragon Days: 8 Delightful Diversions for Your Bearded Buddy! πŸ‰βœ¨
09/19/2023

Dragon Days: 8 Delightful Diversions for Your Bearded Buddy! πŸ‰βœ¨

It can get boring in the daily life of a bearded dragon if things get too routine or if they are spending too much time in their tanks.

Happy National Pet Bird Day! National Pet Bird Day is a time for bird lovers across the United States and beyond to cele...
09/17/2023

Happy National Pet Bird Day! National Pet Bird Day is a time for bird lovers across the United States and beyond to celebrate the joys and benefits of owning a pet bird. Feel free to share photos of your favorite feathered friends, we love seeing their unique and fun personalities! Or share stories of your favorite moments with your birds, those always brighten our day. πŸ¦œπŸ¦šπŸ¦†πŸ“πŸ¦ƒ

Furry Frenzies: Mastering the Gentle Art of Ferret Friendships! πŸ–οΈβ€οΈ
09/14/2023

Furry Frenzies: Mastering the Gentle Art of Ferret Friendships! πŸ–οΈβ€οΈ

Ferrets are independent, energetic little creatures with a formidable set of teeth. Whenever I tried to pet a ferret, usually all I got was the teeth.

Tiny Paws, Big Hearts: Unraveling the Whiskered World of Pet Mice 🐭🌍
09/12/2023

Tiny Paws, Big Hearts: Unraveling the Whiskered World of Pet Mice 🐭🌍

Mice can make wonderful pets for most people. They are clean, friendly, fun and very active creatures that will give you hours of enjoyment and great company.

Today, and every day, we remember the lives we lost on September 11, 2001, their families and the survivors who witnesse...
09/11/2023

Today, and every day, we remember the lives we lost on September 11, 2001, their families and the survivors who witnessed it all. We will never forget and will always remember the lives impacted most.

Nature's Finest Swim Stars: The Ethical Journey of Bringing Wild Waters Home 🐟🌊
09/07/2023

Nature's Finest Swim Stars: The Ethical Journey of Bringing Wild Waters Home 🐟🌊

You can keep wild-caught fish in your fish tank in certain situations, and many people do. It is an easy way to create a distinctive and low-cost aquarium setup featuring the same fish you’d find in your local lakes and streams.

Cherished Hops: Tenderly Navigating the Sunset Moments of Our Furry Companions πŸ‡β€οΈ
09/05/2023

Cherished Hops: Tenderly Navigating the Sunset Moments of Our Furry Companions πŸ‡β€οΈ

Dealing with the loss of your pet rabbit is one of the hardest experiences. Unfortunately, it's often a slow processβ€”sometimes, bunnies are sick before they pass on to the other side.

Happy National Wildlife Day! Did you know that Washington has many endangered species? One of these species is featured ...
09/05/2023

Happy National Wildlife Day! Did you know that Washington has many endangered species? One of these species is featured below, the Cascade Red Fox. They once had a significant range here in Washington, but are now so hard to find there isn’t an accurate count on the population in 2022, based on information from the WDFW.

Happy Labor Day everyone!
09/04/2023

Happy Labor Day everyone!

Just a friendly reminder that we will be closed on Monday, September 4th, in observance of Labor Day. We will be back on...
09/01/2023

Just a friendly reminder that we will be closed on Monday, September 4th, in observance of Labor Day. We will be back on Tuesday, September 5th, for normal business hours.

Cracking the Code of Greek Tortoise Care: Nurturing a Healthy and Happy Shellmate
08/31/2023

Cracking the Code of Greek Tortoise Care: Nurturing a Healthy and Happy Shellmate

Greek tortoises are strict herbivores that require a diet that is high in fibre and low in protein.

Thank you all so much for your patience while our website was offline, it definitely took a bit longer than anticipated....
08/31/2023

Thank you all so much for your patience while our website was offline, it definitely took a bit longer than anticipated. We are SO EXCITED to share with everyone that our updated website is officially live! The website address is still the same but it has a whole new look! www.pinetreeveterinaryhospital.com.

Our website is currently in the process of being updated. At times, it may be inaccessible for the next couple of hours....
08/31/2023

Our website is currently in the process of being updated. At times, it may be inaccessible for the next couple of hours. We apologize for any inconvenience but please bear with us for this exciting update!

Summer may be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean the fun has to as well! Today is National Beach Day and taking you...
08/30/2023

Summer may be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean the fun has to as well! Today is National Beach Day and taking your dog to the beach can be great fun for everyone! However, it's important to keep in mind that the beach environment can present some unique safety challenges for pets.

Here are some safety tips to keep in mind when taking your pet to the beach:

Check Beach Policies: Before heading to the beach, check if pets are allowed, and if so, whether there are any specific rules or restrictions in place. For example, some beaches may require pets to be on a leash or have designated areas for pets.

Stay Hydrated: The beach can be hot and sunny, which can quickly lead to dehydration. Make sure to bring plenty of fresh water for your pet to drink, and offer it to them regularly throughout the day.

Protect Against Sunburn: Just like people, pets can get sunburned too. Apply a dog-friendly sunscreen to exposed areas, such as the nose, ears, and belly. Alternatively, provide shade for your pet to rest in.

Keep Cool: Watch for signs of overheating, such as excessive panting, drooling, or lethargy. Provide plenty of breaks in the shade and offer water to keep your pet cool.

Beware of Saltwater: Drinking salt water can lead to dehydration and upset stomachs. Encourage your pet to drink fresh water and keep them away from the ocean's waves.

Check for Hazards: Beaches can have sharp objects or debris that may pose a danger to your pet. Inspect the beach area before letting your pet roam free.

Follow Beach Etiquette: Be respectful of other beachgoers and keep your pet under control at all times. Avoid letting your pet disturb other people or wildlife on the beach.

These tips can help keep your furry companion safe and happy during your beach outings. With a little preparation and awareness, you and your pet can enjoy a fun-filled day in the sun and sand! πŸ–

Keeping Your Mice Healthy and Happy: Unraveling the Secrets of Pet Mouse Care
08/29/2023

Keeping Your Mice Healthy and Happy: Unraveling the Secrets of Pet Mouse Care

This article covers most health problems mice can suffer from. As mice age, their chance of having a health condition increases along with their diet, lifestyle, environment, and stress levels.

Rainbow Bridge Awareness Day is observed on August 28th each year. It is a day dedicated to remembering and honoring the...
08/28/2023

Rainbow Bridge Awareness Day is observed on August 28th each year. It is a day dedicated to remembering and honoring the pets we have lost. The term "Rainbow Bridge" is often used to describe a place where pets go after they pass away, symbolizing a crossing from earthly life to a heaven-like existence.

This particular day allows pet owners to reflect on the love and companionship they shared with their departed furry friends. It can be a time of healing and remembrance, offering comfort to those grieving the loss of their beloved pets.

Remember, Rainbow Bridge Awareness Day is a day of remembrance and reflection. It allows us to honor the bonds we shared with our pets and to celebrate the joy they brought into our lives.

Happy Friday! We are experiencing some issues with our phones this morning. If you get through to us but the call gets d...
08/25/2023

Happy Friday! We are experiencing some issues with our phones this morning. If you get through to us but the call gets disconnected when you are put on hold, please call back or text us. The company is currently investigating this issue and should resolve it by the end of the day but we are monitoring the situation closely. Thank you for your patience!

Eight-Legged Wonders: Discovering the Fascinating World of Pet Spiders
08/24/2023

Eight-Legged Wonders: Discovering the Fascinating World of Pet Spiders

When you are thinking of buying a pet, what comes to mind first? Cats? Dogs? A cute little hamster, maybe? Probably not a spider. However, as unconventional as they may be, spiders make ideal pets for the right person.

08/22/2023
Fin-tastic Friends: The Perfect Tank Mates for Guppies
08/22/2023

Fin-tastic Friends: The Perfect Tank Mates for Guppies

Guppies are active, vibrant little fish, and a big favorite in the aquarium world. They come in a range of varieties that can add a splash of color to any tank ten gallons or bigger.

Cute, Cuddly, and Cavylicious: Discovering the Perfect Pet in Guinea Pigs
08/17/2023

Cute, Cuddly, and Cavylicious: Discovering the Perfect Pet in Guinea Pigs

I have heard this question countless times in discussions with fellow pet lovers and in a variety of animal forums. The answer that I always give is that guinea pigs don’t make good pets ... they make great ones!

Hopping into Happiness: Providing Optimal Care for Your Rabbit
08/15/2023

Hopping into Happiness: Providing Optimal Care for Your Rabbit

While rabbits are not the most difficult pets to care for, they do require a fair amount of dedication from their owners. Most rabbit keepers want to see their furry friends thrive, not just survive.

Check the Chip Day is an important event that takes place on August 15th each year. It is dedicated to raising awareness...
08/15/2023

Check the Chip Day is an important event that takes place on August 15th each year. It is dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of microchipping pets and ensuring that their microchip information is up to date.

Microchipping is a safe and effective way to identify and reunite lost pets with their owners. A microchip, which is about the size of a grain of rice, is implanted under the pet's skin, typically between the shoulder blades,. This unique ID number can be scanned by a veterinary clinic or animal shelter to retrieve the owner's contact information.

On Check the Chip Day, it is encouraged to take the following steps:

1. If your pet is not already microchipped, schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to have it done. It only takes a few moments to implant the microchip, and it can provide you with peace of mind knowing that your pet can be easily identified if they ever go missing.
2. Ensure that your contact information is up to date in the microchip registry. If you have moved or changed your phone number, make sure to update these details with the microchip company. This is crucial in reuniting you with your pet in case they are found.
3. Take the time to scan your pet's microchip at home or at a local veterinary clinic to ensure that it is still working and can be read. This simple step helps verify that the microchip is functioning properly and can be easily detected if needed.

Remember, microchipping is just one part of responsible pet ownership. It is also essential to have identification tags on your pet's collar and to keep them in a secure and safe environment. By taking these measures, you increase the chances of a happy reunion with your furry friend in case they ever become lost.

So, don't forget to mark August 15th on your calendar as Check the Chip Day and make sure your pets are properly microchipped and their information is up to date. It's a small step that can make a big difference in protecting and reuniting our beloved pets!

World Lizard Day is celebrated on August 14th. This day is dedicated to recognizing the diversity and ecological importa...
08/14/2023

World Lizard Day is celebrated on August 14th. This day is dedicated to recognizing the diversity and ecological importance of lizards. While World Lizard Day may not be widely known, it is celebrated on local levels by schools, parks, and reptile enthusiasts. Educational and fun events are often organized to highlight the beauty and significance of these reptiles.

Lizards are fascinating creatures found in various habitats around the world. With over 6,000 different species, lizards can be found on every continent except Antarctica. They come in a wide range of sizes, from tiny geckos that can fit on your finger to the giant Komodo dragon, which can grow up to 2.6 meters long.

Lizards play an important role in maintaining ecosystems. They help control populations of insects and other small creatures, contributing to the balance of wildlife in their habitats4. Some lizards, such as the Komodo dragon, are apex predators, exerting a top-down influence on their ecosystems. Celebrating World Lizard Day provides an opportunity to raise awareness about these carnivorous species and their ecological significance.

So, on August 14th, take some time to appreciate and learn more about lizards. You can visit a local reptile park or participate in educational events to gain a deeper understanding of these remarkable creatures. Remember, World Lizard Day is a chance to celebrate the diversity, beauty, and importance of lizards in our world.

This handsome boy was brought in today after being found out in Enumclaw. The finder will be bringing him to RASKC so th...
08/13/2023

This handsome boy was brought in today after being found out in Enumclaw. The finder will be bringing him to RASKC so that his pawrents have the best chance at finding him. If you recognize him, please contact RASKC for further information.

Shell Shocked: Navigating the Health Hurdles of Your Tortoise πŸ’πŸ’‘
08/10/2023

Shell Shocked: Navigating the Health Hurdles of Your Tortoise πŸ’πŸ’‘

Tortoises make good pets and are relatively easy to maintain, but they do fall sick sometimes, so it's important to know how to care for them when they do.

Chinchillin': Essential Tips for Welcoming Your Fuzzy Friend πŸ­πŸ’Ό
08/08/2023

Chinchillin': Essential Tips for Welcoming Your Fuzzy Friend πŸ­πŸ’Ό

Chinchillas are probably some of the cutest and most loving small mammals you can choose for a pet. Each of them has a unique personality, and most are happy to cuddle up in your pocket or perch on your shoulder.

International Cat Day (also called World Cat Day) is celebrated on August 8th every year, and it's a day dedicated to ce...
08/08/2023

International Cat Day (also called World Cat Day) is celebrated on August 8th every year, and it's a day dedicated to celebrating cats and their place in our lives. Cats have been domesticated for thousands of years, and they have been our companions ever since. This day is meant to create awareness about the importance of loving, caring for, and giving shelter to these feline friends.

International Cat Day is an excellent day to show your cat some extra attention and affection. Here are some ways you can celebrate your cat on this special day:

Treats and Toys: Spoil your cat with their favorite treats or a new toy. You could buy a new toy, or you might try making a DIY toy for your cat.

Grooming: Brush your cat's fur gently and give them a good grooming session. This not only makes them look good but can also be a wonderful way to bond with your feline friend.

Give Your Cat a Safe Space: Make sure your cat has a cozy and safe place to rest and relax where they can feel comfortable without any intrusion. It could be their favorite window seat or a new cat tree.

Playtime and Exercise: Play with your cat or encourage them to get some exercise with some fun activities like chasing a wand toy or laser pointer around the room.

Share the Love: Share pictures of your cats on social media with the hashtag and show your furry friend to the world.

Remember, cats are fantastic companions, and they deserve our love and attention, especially on International Cat Day. By providing them with love, care, and a high-quality life, we ensure that they lead happy and healthy lives as valued members of our families. So, make sure you take some time to celebrate your kitty on August 8th and every day. Happy International Cat Day!

Happy Fresh Breath Day! This serves as a reminder to focus on oral hygiene for our furry friends and to promote fresh br...
08/06/2023

Happy Fresh Breath Day! This serves as a reminder to focus on oral hygiene for our furry friends and to promote fresh breath in pets. Just like humans, pets can experience dental issues, including bad breath, gum disease, and tooth decay.

To celebrate Pet Fresh Breath Day and keep your pet's breath fresh and healthy, consider the following tips:

1. Regular Brushing: Get into the habit of brushing your pet's teeth regularly using a pet-friendly toothbrush and toothpaste. Start slowly and be patient, allowing your pet to get comfortable with the process. Brushing helps remove plaque and bacteria, which can lead to bad breath.
2. Dental Treats and Chews: Provide your pet with dental treats and chews specifically designed to promote oral health. These treats often have ridges or textures that can help remove tartar and freshen breath. Look for products approved by veterinary professionals.
3. Professional Dental Cleaning: Schedule regular dental cleanings with your veterinarian. These cleanings involve a thorough examination of your pet's teeth and gums, along with professional scaling and polishing to remove built-up tartar and plaque. Professional cleanings can help prevent dental issues and keep your pet's breath fresh.
4. Water Additives: Consider using pet-safe water additives designed to help reduce bacteria in your pet's mouth and freshen their breath. These additives can be easily added to your pet's water dish.
5. Healthy Diet: Provide a balanced and nutritious diet for your pet to support their overall health, including oral health. Feeding high-quality pet food can help maintain healthy teeth and gums.

Remember, bad breath in pets can be a sign of underlying dental problems or other health issues. If you notice persistent bad breath, swollen gums, or any other concerns, consult with your veterinarian for a thorough examination and appropriate treatment.

On Pet Fresh Breath Day, take the time to prioritize your pet's oral hygiene and fresh breath. By following these suggestions and seeking regular veterinary care, you can help ensure your pet has a healthy smile and fresh breath all year round.

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27539 Maple Valley Black Diamond Road SE D102
Maple Valley, WA
98038

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Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 5pm

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It's not just humans who need regular wellness check-ups, our animal friends do, too! In the long run, such check-ups save you money as you can detect and treat small problems before they become bigger, more expensive problems.

Check out the information from our member Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital.
He’s home! Yes he’s got some more mending to do but he’s already back to the spunky Mowgli! THANK YOU ALL
Can you believe it's the eve of our 1️⃣ year Anniversary of the ⁉️

In celebration herein is a video of how they arrived and how they are thriving today!! πŸŽ‰

This mission would not have been possible without each and every one of you. We have a kitten load of THANK YOU’s to make:

βœ”To our Volunteers Jen, Cheryl & Sara for coordinating & making the trek to Oregon πŸš™

βœ”To our multiple Foster Families for nurturing & loving them ❀

βœ”To our beautiful Cat Groomers βœ‚οΈ 🐈
Alex the Cat Groomer


βœ”To our life saving Vets for their tireless care and treatment
Urban Animal
Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital
Winslow Animal Clinic

βœ”To our Donors & Followers for all of your generosity 😻

βœ”To our Adopters for giving all of these kitties a second chance & forever 🏑

And to the countless people who had a hand in the success & happiness of the 🐾

Please make a donation towards current & future SPHR so we can continue saving lives and uniting people with their furever feline. πŸ’• PayPal and Zelle are [email protected]

We would like to thank the staff Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital in Black Diamond WA for welcoming us (Lorenzo's Dog Training Team) for a lunch and learn (4/28). We look forward to working with you!
UPDATE: Everett is an intact male who was given good pain meds upon arriving at the vet this morning. It appears he was in a fight with something about 7-10 days ago leaving his nose torn and a few punctures which turned into absesses. He does not want to eat on his own at the moment. He is also on antibiotics and as soon as those start to kick in and he is eating they will doing surgery on all the absesses and clean up his face.

He has a will to live and we will do everything we can to save him and give him the home he deserves.
A big thank you to Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital for getting him in so quickly and giving him the best medical care possible.πŸ’ž

UPDATE: Bunny has a ride from Seattle down here to Puyallup with Terri. If you are willing to be a backup please let me know. The pick up will happen after 7pm.

This poor bunny was found in the Everett area and has an appointment with our vet tomorrow morning but we need transport tonight from North Seattle area to Puyallup or at least Southcenter.

This is one of the many things that happen when you dump a domestic animal to fend for themselves. He or she has been named Everett. We dont know his past, except it has been horrible. You can help us make his future better.

Edit: The bunny is being picked up tonight around 7pm. That person can drive down to North Seattle area. I will need him picked up from there and preferably brought to Puyallup.

If you can we are accepting donations to help with his care and those can be donated directly to out vet Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital at 425 432-2222 or directly on our website at binkybunnytalesrescue.com
DUNCAN UPDATE: After a long day at Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital, Duncan is back in his foster home recovering from his dental surgery. He was missing seven teeth and had seven more extracted! He's a little groggy, but he's still a very enthusiastic eater. No problem slipping his pain pill into his first post-op meal.
We received a barred owl and a juvenile crow from Puyallup in mid January. The owl was hit by a vehicle and was suffering from internal trauma and a sore left foot. The crow sustained an impact and was unbalanced and uncoordinated. Both birds were stabilized at Featherhaven and examined at Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital before transfer to us for continued care. We provided supportive care, physical therapy, and flight conditioning until the birds were ready for release. The owl and crow were returned to Featherhaven today and released back at their respective homes!
Happy Valentine's Day from my furbaby to yours! Looking forward to meeting you all today!
No one answered the phone or called me back. Wondering if you are there today to get something. Not sure if your power is out.
Thank you to Pine Tree for making saying good bye to our bunny a smooth and comforting process. we said good bye a week ago and when we went to pick up our ashes today, they came right out without missing a heart beat. It's been a long week and now we have our bunny back with us to remember her forever.
A big thank you to pine tree veterinary hospital for your sweet sweet words during our time of griefπŸ’› we appreciate all that was done and the care provided to our family
This nestling osprey was found on the ground behind an apartment complex near Hicks Lake in Lacey last week. It had fishing line wrapped around its wings and legs and a hook embedded in the left corner of its mouth, which the finders removed before bringing the osprey to us. We started antibiotics and pain medication immediately and transported the osprey to Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital where Dr. Ferguson debrided the wound in the osprey's mouth. Radiographs showed bone abnormalities in the lower mandible, so the osprey will be with us for at least a month for antibiotic treatment. The osprey's prognosis is guarded and depends on its response to antibiotics.

Osprey are difficult patients as they are high strung, stressy, and don't readily self feed in a rehabilitation setting. For this young osprey, we face the added challenge of releasing it early enough so that it can learn to catch fish before joining the migration south in late summer. Fingers crossed for a successful recovery and release!

Please help prevent injuries to birds and other wildlife by collecting and responsibly disposing of fishing line and tackle!