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Madison Street Animal Hospital

Madison Street Animal Hospital Full service Veterinary care facility for dogs, cats and small mammals. Madison Street Animal Hospital is one of the most modern Veterinary care facilities of the current times.

We offer the state of the art facility equipped as one of the most modern and environment conscious Veterinary hospitals. We have digital whole body and dental radiography, diagnostic ultrasound, fully equipped treatment room, surgery suite. full service pharmacy and laboratory and paperless practice system……...Go Green. We also offer Veterinarian supervised clean, safe and climate controlled cat

We offer the state of the art facility equipped as one of the most modern and environment conscious Veterinary hospitals. We have digital whole body and dental radiography, diagnostic ultrasound, fully equipped treatment room, surgery suite. full service pharmacy and laboratory and paperless practice system……...Go Green. We also offer Veterinarian supervised clean, safe and climate controlled cat

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It's official. Today is International Spoil Your Dog Day! We know, we know... you probably already spoil your dog every ...
08/10/2022

It's official. Today is International Spoil Your Dog Day! We know, we know... you probably already spoil your dog every day, anyway. But, why not make a whole day of it!

Here are some fun ways to give your pup a little *extra* love, today:

- Give your dog a belly rub
- Give your dog a fancy collar
- Give your dog a comfy dog bed
- Give your dog a soft blanket
- Give your dog tasty dog treats
- Have a doggie play date
- Let your dog pick out a new toy
- Play with your dog
- Take your dog for a walk
- Take your dog swimming
- Take your dog to a dog park

#NationalSpoilYourDogDay

Anxious pet behavior can put undue stress on your relationship with your pet because of your pet's destructive or reacti...
08/04/2022

Anxious pet behavior can put undue stress on your relationship with your pet because of your pet's destructive or reactive behavior, hypervigilance, and unpredictability. The good news is, there are an extraordinary number of ways to address your pet's anxiety. This month, we are going to talk about all the various common methods to help calm your pet's anxieties.

First, let's identify what pet anxiety is. Anxiety, itself, is an abnormal and overwhelming sense of unease and distress in response to a real or perceived threat. Pet anxiety can be defined by three general definitions:

- Separation anxiety: Dogs with separation anxiety react with significant distress soon after being left by their owner.

- Generalized anxiety: This is a constant state of hypervigilance and sensitivity in pets, who are perpetually on edge, reactive to numerous triggers, and do not adapt well to new situations.

- Situational anxiety: Pets respond with anxiety centered around a known stimulus, such as noise aversion. Noise-averse pets are hypersensitive to loud noises such as thunderstorms or fireworks, which often induce terror and panic in the pet.

What personality type best describes your cat? Tell us in the comments below!
08/03/2022

What personality type best describes your cat? Tell us in the comments below!

If your pet is experiencing these signs of heat stroke, try and follow these steps to make them more comfortable! If you...
07/30/2022

If your pet is experiencing these signs of heat stroke, try and follow these steps to make them more comfortable! If you have any questions or concerns, give us a call! If you think it is an emergency, please call the nearest emergency pet hospital to you! 🔥 ☀️ 🔥

A significant part of diagnosing and treating age-related diseases in pets is at-home monitoring. If you have a senior p...
07/29/2022

A significant part of diagnosing and treating age-related diseases in pets is at-home monitoring. If you have a senior pet, keep an eye out for:

- Increased or decreased appetite
- Difficulty chewing or food falling from the mouth
- Increased drinking and urination
- Incontinence
- Difficulty rising, climbing stairs, or walking on slick floors
- Unwillingness to go for walks or play
- Attitude changes, such as increased aggression or apathy
- Standing in corners
- Bumping into walls
- Disorientation

If your dog is experiencing these signs, try to follow these steps! If you have questions or concerns, give us a call! I...
07/27/2022

If your dog is experiencing these signs, try to follow these steps! If you have questions or concerns, give us a call! If you think it is an emergency, call the nearest emergency animal hospital to you.

Show us the face your cat gives when they clearly hear you, but are choosing to ignore you. 😝
07/27/2022

Show us the face your cat gives when they clearly hear you, but are choosing to ignore you. 😝

Today is "Get to Know Your Customers Day" and we'd love to get to know you better! So, in the comments below, tell us; h...
07/21/2022

Today is "Get to Know Your Customers Day" and we'd love to get to know you better! So, in the comments below, tell us; have you ever used your pet as an excuse to get out of a commitment with friends, family, or work?

Senior pets are much more likely to experience a variety of common age-related diseases. Depending on your pet's clinic ...
07/20/2022

Senior pets are much more likely to experience a variety of common age-related diseases. Depending on your pet's clinic signs and lab findings, your pet may be at a higher risk for:

- Osteoarthritis
- Dental disease
- Thyroid disease
- Chronic kidney disease
- Cognitive dysfunction
- Cancer

Next week, we'll talk about signs of disease you can watch for at home.

Preventative care should, ideally, start at a young age as it promotes keeping pets healthy by routinely preventing and ...
07/15/2022

Preventative care should, ideally, start at a young age as it promotes keeping pets healthy by routinely preventing and screening for disease. When it comes to Senior Pets, preventative care commonly includes:

- Biannual exams: generally, adult pets should visit the vet at least once a year, but senior/geriatric pets require more frequent monitoring.
- Laboratory work: blood and urine testing is necessary to monitor your pet’s internal functioning, which can change rapidly with age.
- Parasite prevention: All pets should receive routine deworming, and heartworm, flea, and tick prevention.
- Vaccinations: In general, all pets should remain up-to-date on their core vaccines and any vaccines pertinent to their lifestyle. However, vaccine recommendations can change as pets age.

This month, we are going to talk a bit about senior pet care.What classifies as a Senior Pet? In general, a dog or cat w...
07/12/2022

This month, we are going to talk a bit about senior pet care.

What classifies as a Senior Pet? In general, a dog or cat who has reached 7 years of age is considered senior. This can be shocking to some pet owners, but pets age much more quickly than people do. In fact, a large 8-year-old dog is the equivalent of a 65-year-old person.

Unfortunately, as we can only expect, old age comes with an increased risk for disease, mobility problems, sensory loss, and other issues. The term "geriatric" is often used to describe aging pets like this.

Routine visits to the Vet are absolutely critical at this stage in your pet's life.

Next week, we'll discuss preventative care measures you can take for your Senior Pet.

Due to staffing shortages, we will be closed on Monday July 11th 2022. If your pet has a medical emergency, please locat...
07/10/2022

Due to staffing shortages, we will be closed on Monday July 11th 2022. If your pet has a medical emergency, please locate an emergency hospital nearest you. Blue Pearl on 805 Madison Street in downtown Seattle is closest to us. (206-624-9111) we are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! We will keep everyone updated as the days approach. Mercer Street Veterinary Hospital, Fremont Animal Hospital, and Juanita Hills Animal Hospital are also hospitals with in our company that may be able to assist your furry family members until we are back. Thank you for your understanding! 🐶 🐱

Hope everyone’s pride month is going well! How are you celebrating PRIDE this weekend? Tag us in your adventures!  📸: Br...
06/24/2022

Hope everyone’s pride month is going well! How are you celebrating PRIDE this weekend? Tag us in your adventures! 📸: Bradley Gibbs ♥️🧡💛💙💚💜🖤🤍🤎

Hope you all are having a wonderful PRIDE month! What are your plans to celebrate this weekend? Tag us in your adventure...
06/24/2022

Hope you all are having a wonderful PRIDE month! What are your plans to celebrate this weekend? Tag us in your adventures! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤🤎🤍

Call us today to find out more info on CBD products with Ellevet Sciences! The only Vet partnered CBD product on the mar...
06/22/2022

Call us today to find out more info on CBD products with Ellevet Sciences! The only Vet partnered CBD product on the market today backed up with SCIENCE! 🧪 🔬

04/16/2022
EOS (ee-oh-ss) brought her stuffed chicken to support her during her vet visit today! 🐓 🐶 ♥️
04/12/2022

EOS (ee-oh-ss) brought her stuffed chicken to support her during her vet visit today! 🐓 🐶 ♥️

03/17/2022

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!!

03/08/2022

Today is International Women’s Day, and Cara Veterinary hospitals are saluting some of the incredible women leaders in our practices who devote their lives to the care of your pets. Meet Dr. Daiga Rozensteine, Veterinarian and Medical Director at Madison Street Animal Hospital. Dr. Rozensteine emigrated from Latvia to the US by herself in order to fulfill her grandmother’s lifelong dream of becoming a doctor—and you can read more about her amazing story here: https://bit.ly/3sSWz2G #IWD2022 #BreakTheBias

Dental products galore here at Madison! In celebration of Dental month, we will also be raffling off some dental goodie ...
02/04/2022

Dental products galore here at Madison! In celebration of Dental month, we will also be raffling off some dental goodie baskets! Swipe and take a look at them and how to get your raffle ticket in for a chance to win!

Mowgli the bengal had his establish car visit with us today! He is a handsome boy and seemed to enjoy us so much that he...
12/31/2021

Mowgli the bengal had his establish car visit with us today! He is a handsome boy and seemed to enjoy us so much that he decided to take a nap! Thanks for being such a good boy today, Mowgli! 😻@mowglithesnowbengal

12/30/2021
Due to the recent snowfall last night we are going to try and open at 10am instead of our normal 8am. This will allow ou...
12/30/2021

Due to the recent snowfall last night we are going to try and open at 10am instead of our normal 8am. This will allow our employees to make it into work when the roads may be a little better condition. We will keep everyone posted as much as we know. Thank you for continuing to be patient with us as we work through this. :)

UPDATE: Due to the winter storm and unsafe road conditions, our staff is not able to make it safely to work. we will be ...
12/27/2021

UPDATE: Due to the winter storm and unsafe road conditions, our staff is not able to make it safely to work. we will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday December 28th. We are doing everything we can to notify those with appointments. We will be trying to resume normal hours on Wednesday December 29th. If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, please contact the nearest emergency clinic near you. Please stay safe, but have fun too! ❄️ ⛄️ 🥶

Due to the winter storm and unsafe road conditions, we will be closed tomorrow, Monday December 27th.          We are do...
12/26/2021

Due to the winter storm and unsafe road conditions, we will be closed tomorrow, Monday December 27th. We are doing everything we can to notify those with procedures and appointments. We will be trying to resume normal hours on Tuesday, December 28th. If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, please contact the nearest emergency clinic near you. Please stay safe, but have fun too! ❄️ ⛄️ 🥶

12/16/2021
SERIES CONTINUED: Can anyone guess what this body part is and who it belongs to?? Hint: It is an animal we do not common...
12/09/2021

SERIES CONTINUED: Can anyone guess what this body part is and who it belongs to?? Hint: It is an animal we do not commonly see here at Madison.

11/25/2021

Just an FYI that we will be closed for the holiday tomorrow and will re-open Friday morning at 8am. Hope you all have a wonderful turkey day! 🦃 🥧 🥔 🥘

11/12/2021

Biscuit was very enthusiastic about showing us all of the tricks he knows! Welcome to Madison, Biscuit! 🐶

To those who have served, THANK YOU for your service.  🇺🇸
11/11/2021

To those who have served, THANK YOU for your service. 🇺🇸

Just how many toe beans do you see in this photo? Isaac has what we call polydactylism! It was so fun to count how many ...
11/08/2021

Just how many toe beans do you see in this photo? Isaac has what we call polydactylism! It was so fun to count how many toes he had during his exam! 🐾 🐈

10/27/2021
@tanyamariecamper and @teamz_realestategroup guessed last week’s photo correctly! New photo to guess for everyone! What ...
10/27/2021

@tanyamariecamper and @teamz_realestategroup guessed last week’s photo correctly! New photo to guess for everyone! What is this a picture of and who does it belong to? 🐈 or 🐕❓

🐈‍⬛ HAPPY CATURDAY! 🐈
10/24/2021

🐈‍⬛ HAPPY CATURDAY! 🐈

This week is National Vet Tech Appreciation week! 💉 🐾 🐶 🐱 Take a moment to thank your vet techs for the hard work they d...
10/19/2021

This week is National Vet Tech Appreciation week! 💉 🐾 🐶 🐱 Take a moment to thank your vet techs for the hard work they do. 🤍 Thank you all for the support you give!

Based on the clues in this close up image, can anyone guess what part this is? Does it belong to a cat or dog? Ready. se...
10/17/2021

Based on the clues in this close up image, can anyone guess what part this is? Does it belong to a cat or dog? Ready. set. Go! Different pictures will be posted in the coming weeks to give you a chance to guess!

Enjoy these photos of Ren. 😍 He visited us today for the first time, and boy did he show us his regal side! Maine Coon c...
10/10/2021

Enjoy these photos of Ren. 😍 He visited us today for the first time, and boy did he show us his regal side! Maine Coon cats are quite amazing creatures! He was such a sweet guy!

Oscar was #chillingout for his exam last week! 1st time puppy visits are always a blast!
10/05/2021

Oscar was #chillingout for his exam last week! 1st time puppy visits are always a blast!

How could you say no to this sweet face! Party was working her “puppy look” to  gain some treats from Dr Goldthwaite! Sh...
10/03/2021

How could you say no to this sweet face! Party was working her “puppy look” to gain some treats from Dr Goldthwaite! Show us your dog’s begging face!

Miss Harley was sporting her finest rain jacket today to account for the rainy weather. ☔️ 🌧 💧 Show us your furry family...
10/01/2021

Miss Harley was sporting her finest rain jacket today to account for the rainy weather. ☔️ 🌧 💧 Show us your furry family members in their rain gear!

Odin is not sure who gave better service with the delivery of his cookies. Who do you think?
09/30/2021

Odin is not sure who gave better service with the delivery of his cookies. Who do you think?

09/23/2021
Pests like fleas, ticks, and heartworm aren’t just annoying—they can also lead to deadly disease. The good news is we ca...
04/02/2021

Pests like fleas, ticks, and heartworm aren’t just annoying—they can also lead to deadly disease. The good news is we can help! We carry a wide variety of parasite preventatives in both our onsite and online pharmacies. Call (206) 538-0890 or visit our website to stock up today!

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2215 E Madison St
Seattle, WA
98112

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 7pm
Tuesday 8am - 7pm
Wednesday 8am - 7pm
Thursday 8am - 7pm
Friday 8am - 7pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(206) 538-0890

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