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Use Of Frozen Semen In The Mare
Breeding a mare using frozen semen takes more intensive monitoring of the mare than use of either fresh or fresh cooled semen. When frozen- thawed semen is deposited into the...

Veterinary Q&A: Common toxins for pets
Originally appeared in the Seattle Times Tails of Seattle blog Dr. Joe Musielak, an emergency-care vet at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Snohomish, says five dog and cat toxins are most commonly...

Veterinary Q&A: Holiday toxins that can hurt your pets
Seattle Times Tails of Seattle Pets December 22, 2011 Posted by Neena Pellegrini During the holiday season, most veterinary hospitals receive an uptick in calls about pets ingesting a possible toxin....

Veterinary Q&A: Human meds can be toxic for pets
Originally posted on Tails of Seattle, The Seattle Times, by Neena Pellegrini, January 2012 Dr. Joe Musielak, an emergency-care veterinarian at...

Veterinary Q&A: Hyperthyroidism in cats
SeattleTimes August 24, 2011 Posted by Neena Pellegrini Dr. Deborah Carlson, a veterinarian at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Snohomish, answers this week's question. Question:My 15-year-old male cat has been...

Veterinary Q&A: Other pests and parasites pet owners should be aware of
Reposted from Tails of Seattle: A pets blog May 31, 2012 Veterinarian Jeffrey F. Duke of Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Snohomish, who answered last week's questions about flea control,...

Veterinary Q&A: Why blood work is necessary
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What Is Embryo Transfer In Horses?
EMBRYO TRANSFER FEES BOARDING FEES – PER DAY See Daily Boarding Contract for Faith Equestrian. DONOR MARE FEES Breeding through one heat cycle, including AI procedures, motility checks,...

What to do When Your Pet is Hit by a Car
By Joe Musielak, DVM The most important thing you can do for your pet in this instance is to remain calm and prepare as best you can.  You can help by...

What’s the current protocol for West Nile Virus?
Ask the Equine Vet: West Nile Q: What’s the current protocol for West Nile Virus? I’ve heard once per year and twice per year. I’ve also heard that experts predict a...

Why Animal Chiropractic?
By Jennifer Miller, DVM, IVCA, Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital Chiropractic care is a manual therapy that can be used to address many health and performance problems. Chiropractic focuses on the biomechanical dysfunction...

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