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Foal Care: The First 24 Hours
By Brandi Holohan, DVM You’ve waited 11 long months … and your mare has just...

How Do I Know if My Horse Has Gastric Ulcers?
Research studies estimate that 60% to 90% of performance horses have gastric (stomach) ulcers. What...

Nutrition Through Your Pet’s Life Stages
  By Dini McGregor, DVM, Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital Nutrition can be a powerful tool to...

Pilchuck Blood Bank for Dogs and Cats
Volunteers needed! Pets in our blood bank donor program donate blood to help other pets in need of transfusions. Pet donors and their people help us save lives!

Brush Up on Your Pet's Oral Health
By Kevin Wilson, DVM, Pilchuck’s Small-Animal Department In our busy lives, many people forget to floss their own teeth every day … so it...

Integrative Medicine: A Comprehensive Approach
  By Stephanie Meyer, DVM, CVA, Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital Integrative veterinary medicine is a comprehensive approach to...

Holiday Hazards for Dogs and Cats
By Joe Musielak, DVM, Pilchuck’s Small-Animal Emergency Department     During the holiday season, most veterinary...

Winter Care and Management of the Geriatric Horse
  Winter Care and Management of the Geriatric Horse Suggestions to help keep your geriatric equine friend happy and healthy through the colder seasons By Wendy Mollat, DVM, DACVIM, Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital   This time...

Halloween Hazards and Your Pets
With Halloween quickly approaching, Dr. Joe from the Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital emergency department has some important reminders for us pet owners. He notes that when the end of October rolls...

Veterinary Q&A: How to medicate a pet
Seattle Times – 9/28/2012 Tails of Seattle: A pets blog Posted by Neena Pellegrini   Dr. Kevin Wilson, a veterinarian at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Snohomish, talks about giving pets medication. As veterinarians our...

Less Stressful Trips to the Veterinarian for You and Your Feline Companion
By Deborah Carlson, DVM, Head of Pilchuck’s Cat Care Center It’s that time again: Fluffy is due for her annual exam. You get the cat carrier out of the garage ......

HORSES IN THE HEAT
By Annie King, DVM, Equine Ambulatory Department, Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital                With summer finally here and competition season in full swing, it is important to remember that high temperatures encountered during...

Wound Care for the Trail Horse
by Stephanie Meyer, DVM, CVA As most horse owners know, if we own horses long enough, sooner or later we are likely to be faced with an emergency.  Confronting a medical...

Canine Arthroscopy: Tiny Technology, Big Benefits
Advances in veterinary medicine have allowed our family pets to live longer lives. With this blessing, long-term health strategies and advanced medical procedures are becoming just as critical for our companion...

Veterinary Anesthesia in the 21st Centruy: What Can We Do Better?
              SPONSORED BY PFIZER ANIMAL HEALTH You are cordially invited to a CE lecture on   “Veterinary Anesthesia in the 21st Century: 

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