We are fortunate to be fairly close to the only clinic in Washington State that does liver dialysis (hemodialysis) in companion animals: ACCES critical care has facilities in Renton and Seattle.
If you know of an animal who might benefit from dialysis – those with acute uremia (common to animals with kidney problems), toxin exposure, . . . → Read More: To Liver And Let Live in WA (Kidney Dialysis Services In WA)
Coming soon is another workshop at my vet (Hawks Prairie Veterinary Hospital) taught by Marnie Black. Marnie is licensed in Small Animal Massage and specializes in working with animals who have special needs. She’s lived with several dogs who had arthritis. Bring your small animal if you want to practice the massage techniques on your . . . → Read More: Arthritis In Dogs – Slowing Its Progression & Managing The Pain (Workshop on Dec 14 2013)
Most veterinarians and scientific studies say that cats are in grave danger if they go without food for more than a day or two.
I was recently stunned to discover that 2 veterinarians at a local clinic follow a unique protocol for feline critical care. These 2 vets recently saw one of my clients’ cats . . . → Read More: Fast Talking Vets (Get Help Immediately When Cats Stop Eating)
Finding a great vet can be a challenge. There are lots of good veterinarians in our area and you might need to visit a few before you find one you click with.
I think the most important quality to look for is someone who communicates well with you and who works with you to problem-solve . . . → Read More: Alpha-Vet Soup (Choosing A Vet)