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Animal Medical Center of Seattle
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Specialized Care When It Matters Most
Specialized Care When It Matters Most

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Nobody wants to see their dog suffering and in pain. However, sometimes it can be very difficult to know for sure whether or not your dog is in pain.

Signs your dog may be in pain: https://bit.ly/2B1qjzN
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As an emergency and specialty veterinary hospital, the Animal Medical Center of Seattle sees a lot of critical cases that require cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Because of this, we provide our veterinary support staff with training on the most updated methods of veterinary CPR available. Our hospital utilizes the Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation (RECOVER) initiative as our standard guidelines for CPR on all of our patients in cardiopulmonary arrest. The RECOVER initiative was spearheaded by a team of veterinary emergency and critical care specialists to develop the first evidence-based veterinary CPR guidelines. Our training was not just for the emergency and critical care team, but for all of our specialty departments as well, ensuring we are ready for any critical situation. Here’s our team during the hands on portion of the CPR training! 😄
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This study evaluated changes in vital signs when dogs traveled between the home environment and the veterinary environment. Differences were recorded between dogs in the two environments.
READ MORE: http://bit.ly/2PKYwsv
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As long as you’re aware of parasites, and ready to protect your dog, leaves can be what they should be; fun! Speaking of fun, check out the cutest videos of dogs having too much fun in piles of leaves!
SEE MORE: https://bit.ly/2Qj8668
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Baking is fun in the fall, but make sure you keep kitchen safety for the pets in mind.
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Rotate and change your cat’s toys on a routine basis to keep him interested. Some cats become bored with a toy after a few days, some a few weeks, and some prefer only one toy.
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Happy Halloween from all of us! We hope everyone has a safe and fun holiday! 🎃
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Did you read the story of Pearl, the adventurous cat, last month on our blog? She is more like a dog than a cat, and she goes on many fun trips with her family!
BLOG: https://bit.ly/2Q69by2
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Canine malocclusion simply refers to when a dog’s teeth don’t fit together properly, whether it’s his baby teeth or adult teeth. While underbites are adorable, they may lead to dental disease earlier!
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We are here 24/7 to serve your companions if there is an emergency! Emergency Services are open and fully staffed 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Please do not hesitate to call us (206-204-3366) or come in if your pet is ill or injured.
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