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Atlantic Veterinary Hospital

Atlantic Veterinary Hospital Caring for pets and their people with gentleness, joy, and service -- because love is the best medicine! Check out our services at atlanticvetseattle.com.

Caring for pets and their people with gentleness, joy, and service - because love is the best medicine. Now offering acupuncture, veterinary rehab/sports medicine, laser therapy, and house calls. Check out our convenient location and affordable wellness plans at www.atlanticvetseattle.com.

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Learning to be without people around is as important as learning to be with them. If you anticipate being away from home...
05/13/2022

Learning to be without people around is as important as learning to be with them. If you anticipate being away from home for several hours each day, it’s important to create structured alone-time by crate training your puppy.

Put your puppy in their crate or other safe area for a total of at least 2-4 hours a day. During that time, you and other household members should be in another part of the house. Read more:
https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/tips-for-socializing-your-puppy/

💚 We offer TPLO and other surgical cruciate repair (CCL) procedures at Atlantic Veterinary Hospital! 💚 Board-certified v...
04/27/2022

💚 We offer TPLO and other surgical cruciate repair (CCL) procedures at Atlantic Veterinary Hospital! 💚
Board-certified veterinary surgeon, Dr. Eric Hoots, has partnered with us to provide TPLO and other surgical options for pets with cruciate ligament rupture at Atlantic Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Hoots has been providing specialty and advanced surgical care for pets since 2002. Pets are admitted and medically supervised by one of our doctors, who also manages the pet’s follow-up care. Learn more about CCL in our Guide to Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Dogs and Cats: https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/cruciate-ligament-injuries-in-dogs-and-cats-a-complete-guide/

Did you know that “smooshy-faced” dogs and cats require additional dental care? While their jaws are short, their teeth ...
04/25/2022

Did you know that “smooshy-faced” dogs and cats require additional dental care? While their jaws are short, their teeth are still typical size, resulting in dental crowding. Sideways teeth create valleys for food to lodge. Within 24 hours, that food becomes plaque, which becomes tartar, which causes gingivitis. Untreated, gingivitis progresses to periodontal disease, then tooth loss and pain.
https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/why-smooshy-faced-dogs-and-cats-require-additional-dental-care/

Happy Veterinary Receptionist Appreciation Week! Here’s a highlight of all the amazing things they do for our practice a...
04/24/2022

Happy Veterinary Receptionist Appreciation Week! Here’s a highlight of all the amazing things they do for our practice and pets, from our friends at Pumpkin Pet. Help us say a big 'thank you' to our wonderful veterinary receptionists!

Poisonous plants to cats
04/21/2022

Poisonous plants to cats

☠️ It's National Pet Poison Prevention Week. ☠️

'Tis the season to decorate for spring. Be careful not to create a hazard for your felines by bringing in these harmful plants. Especially during the Easter season, lilies are so pretty and smell so good. However, you might unintentionally poison your kitty if he or she gets to them. The danger is real!

#petpoisonprevention

Photos from Seattle Mobile Veterinary Specialists's post
04/15/2022

Photos from Seattle Mobile Veterinary Specialists's post

15 essential items to include in your pet's first-aid kit, and where to store pet first-aid supplies: https://bit.ly/2YV...
04/11/2022

15 essential items to include in your pet's first-aid kit, and where to store pet first-aid supplies: https://bit.ly/2YVHux6

Is a relative who's allergic to cats coming to visit? Or perhaps you're having your carpets cleaned or a room remodeled?...
04/08/2022

Is a relative who's allergic to cats coming to visit? Or perhaps you're having your carpets cleaned or a room remodeled? We offer day boarding for those times your cat needs a safe, comfortable place to be during the day. Learn more: https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/services/boarding/

Do you love animals AND people? Veterinary nursing may be a wonderful career choice. Licensed veterinary nurses are in h...
04/06/2022

Do you love animals AND people? Veterinary nursing may be a wonderful career choice. Licensed veterinary nurses are in high demand, with the number of openings nationally predicted to swell 16 percent by 2029.

In this article on our blog https://buff.ly/37Ap0qH, learn:
🐶 What a veterinary nurse does
🐱 How to prepare for a career in veterinary nursing
👨⚕️👩⚕️ How to obtain an entry-level position as a veterinary nurse https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/licensed-veterinary-nursing-recession-proof-career-combines-love-of-animals-and-people/

During April, we usually see a resurgence of Heartworm disease in dogs and cats. This disease, transmitted by mosquitoes...
04/04/2022

During April, we usually see a resurgence of Heartworm disease in dogs and cats. This disease, transmitted by mosquitoes, is found in every state, every climate, and every season.

Early signs of heartworm disease are generally unnoticeable or invisible. Your pet could appear 100% healthy while the parasites are quietly making themselves right at home. Left untreated, heartworm disease can be debilitating and even fatal.

The good news is that protection is simple: Get your pet tested every year, and administer a heartworm preventive year-round. Learn more about heartworm disease in cats and dogs, and how to protect your pet: https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/how-to-protect-your-pet-from-heartworm-disease/

Is your pet having trouble adjusting to you working away from home? Here are 6 ideas to try: https://bit.ly/2H7ypNb
03/25/2022

Is your pet having trouble adjusting to you working away from home? Here are 6 ideas to try: https://bit.ly/2H7ypNb

Welcoming a new kitten into your family? Help your resident cat feel less threatened by visiting the place from which yo...
03/23/2022

Welcoming a new kitten into your family? Help your resident cat feel less threatened by visiting the place from which you’ll be adopting the kitten. Bring a pet blanket and rub your kitten’s scent into the blanket. When you arrive home, place the blanket in an area where your cat will find it and become familiar with the scent before their new “sibling” arrives home. More tips: https://bit.ly/3cNIoCk

Dental X-rays are an important part of your pet’s dental care! Learn why: https://bit.ly/2MRwZZA
03/21/2022

Dental X-rays are an important part of your pet’s dental care! Learn why: https://bit.ly/2MRwZZA

-Does your pet get anxious when traveling to the vet?-Does he have a medical condition that makes him difficult to trans...
03/18/2022

-Does your pet get anxious when traveling to the vet?
-Does he have a medical condition that makes him difficult to transport?
-Do you have young kids at home, and don’t want to find a sitter for them while you take your pet to the vet?
-Or maybe you just want to avoid Seattle traffic.

Let us come to you.

A veterinary house call blends our commitment to exceptional veterinary care and old-fashioned service, brought to your door.

Many (but not all) types of appointments are suitable for home visits. Learn about our well pet house calls and hospice care house calls.
https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/services/house-calls/

House calls are scheduled weekdays for pets who live in the following zip codes: 98144, 98108, 98118, 98122, 98134, and 98040.

Giardia is a topic most of us don’t like to think about, but this microscopic, contagious parasite is quite common in th...
03/16/2022

Giardia is a topic most of us don’t like to think about, but this microscopic, contagious parasite is quite common in the PNW. Learn what Giardia is and how we diagnose and treat it in dogs and cats: http://bit.ly/2qD2iZ7

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Learning to be without people around is as important as learning to be with them. If you anticipate being away from home for several hours each day, it’s important to create structured alone-time by crate training your puppy. Put your puppy in their crate or other safe area for a total of at least 2-4 hours a day. During that time, you and other household members should be in another part of the house. Read more: https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/tips-for-socializing-your-puppy/
Q: Why is my cat suddenly sneezing so much? Answer on our blog: http://bit.ly/2PDJJze
CAUTION! Slug bait is a common source of poisoning in dogs and cats. Learn more on our blog https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/slug-bait-dangerous-for-pets/
Are you a pet parent of a new kitten? This short video offers household safety tips: https://youtu.be/tmNZ_APM06o
Get your pet’s prescription food, medications, and flea preventive delivered to your home. Our online pharmacy and pet grocery makes it easy. Free shipping on orders over $49! Save even more if you choose the Autoship option. Learn more https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/pet-food-delivery-online-veterinary-pharmacy/
4 ways to get rid of your cat’s icky hairballs: https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/remedies-for-cat-hairballs/
💚 We offer TPLO and other surgical cruciate repair (CCL) procedures at Atlantic Veterinary Hospital! 💚 Board-certified veterinary surgeon, Dr. Eric Hoots, has partnered with us to provide TPLO and other surgical options for pets with cruciate ligament rupture at Atlantic Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Hoots has been providing specialty and advanced surgical care for pets since 2002. Pets are admitted and medically supervised by one of our doctors, who also manages the pet’s follow-up care. Learn more about CCL in our Guide to Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Dogs and Cats: https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/cruciate-ligament-injuries-in-dogs-and-cats-a-complete-guide/
Did you know that “smooshy-faced” dogs and cats require additional dental care? While their jaws are short, their teeth are still typical size, resulting in dental crowding. Sideways teeth create valleys for food to lodge. Within 24 hours, that food becomes plaque, which becomes tartar, which causes gingivitis. Untreated, gingivitis progresses to periodontal disease, then tooth loss and pain. https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/why-smooshy-faced-dogs-and-cats-require-additional-dental-care/
Happy Veterinary Receptionist Appreciation Week! Here’s a highlight of all the amazing things they do for our practice and pets, from our friends at Pumpkin Pet. Help us say a big 'thank you' to our wonderful veterinary receptionists!
Indoor pets should be vaccinated for rabies. ☑️ Kittens and puppies should receive their first rabies vaccine at 16 weeks of age. ☑️ A booster vaccine should be administered one year later, and then every 3 years for dogs and annually for cats. Learn more: https://www.atlanticvetseattle.com/why-indoor-pets-should-be-vaccinated-for-rabies/
Poisonous plants to cats