Percutaneous Cystolithotomy

Percutaneous Cystolithotomy

Percutaneous cystolithotomy (PCCL) is one of the many minimally invasive technique that the Animal Medical Center of Seattle performs. The PCCL procedure addresses bladder and urethral stone retrieval for any size, sex, or species using a rigid camera (cystoscope)....
Loki’s Story

Loki’s Story

Danielle and Jason are Licensed Veterinary Technicians in the emergency department at the Animal Medical Center of Seattle. They are the pet parents of an amazing dog named Loki. Loki is an almost 13-year-old Collie mix that was born and raised in the countryside of...
Monkey King Story

Monkey King Story

This sweet face belongs to Monkey, a very special 13-year-old kitty. Before Monkey found her forever home, she was a stray found in one of the monkey exhibits at the Woodland Park Zoo, which is where she acquired her name. Monkey was referred to the Animal Medical...
Galaxy’s Story

Galaxy’s Story

Galaxy is an adorable two-year-old Miniature Australian Shepherd who was referred to our emergency service for acute renal (kidney) failure. The exact cause was unknown, but toxin ingestion was suspected. Galaxy was treated with IV fluids, antibiotics, and pain...
Bullet’s Story

Bullet’s Story

Bullet is a six-year-old Alaskan Klee Kai, who’s not just dashingly handsome, but also a smart, wonderful companion dog. Bullet came to see our dentistry department for a malocclusion (abnormal bite). Normally there is a space between the upper canine tooth (“fang...
Mango the Fighter

Mango the Fighter

On December 23rd, the day before Christmas Eve, a very kind-hearted woman witnessed something terrible; a cat being attacked by several coyotes. There were other people witnessing this, and they all grouped together to shoo the coyotes away in an attempt to rescue the...