Past Events – 2022
It’s easy to sign up and there’s no cost to participate (unless you’re the lucky winner of an item 😻). Take your pick from toys for your furry friends to art inspired by cats to wine tastings and to fun hotel stays for nights away from home. The best part? 100% of auction sales support homeless cats!
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The Animal Medical Center of Seattle is a proud sponsor for the 2022 Lights of Hope, an American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) event that lights up over 50,000 bags. These bags include touching messages of support, encouragement, and remembrance for those who have fought cancer, been a caregiver, or lost a loved one. We are honored to help memorialize the people and pets in our lives who have battled with cancer. A good reminder that cancer research funding to find breakthrough treatments is important for our best furry friends AND people. Stay tuned for pictures of our Lights of Hope bags from our staff!
All Local Veterinarians are Invited to a Meet and Greet Dinner and CE Lecture!
We are excited to announce Katherine Robinson, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology) has joined AMCS to assist local veterinarians to address the oncology care of their clients’ pets.
To meet Katherine, you are invited to a unique ‘meet and greet’ and a free CE – plus dinner and a beer or glass of wine is on us! So join us, as we’d love to see you.
Topic: Apocrine Gland Anal Sac Adenocarcinoma in Dogs
* This lecture has been approved for one-hour WSVBOG CE Credit
Date/When: Wednesday, August 24th from 6 pm to 8 pm
6:00pm to 7:00pm – Meet and Greet
7:00pm to 8:00pm – Lecture
Where: Elliott Bay Brewery Lake City Way (Cascade Hall)
12537 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA 98125
During this lecture, Dr. Robinson will provide information about Apocrine Gland Anal Sac Adenocarcinoma in Dogs with regards to diagnostics, treatments, and prognosis.
To RSVP, please email Jina Smith, LVT at JSmith@AMCSVet.com no later than Wednesday, August 17th. Space is limited, so make sure to get your RSVP in soon!
A HUGE shout-out and thank you to our sponsor, Royal Canin!
Saturday, July 16th, 2022
10 am – 5 pm
18030 Meridian Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133
Event tickets $30 for adults (Free for children under 12)
- Five (5) Festival tokens (valued $10) to use on games of your choice – and 50% off additional token purchases
- Admission to Silent Auction and Pageant Contest
- Festival swag bag
The First 50 to check-in will receive a Festival tote!
It’s time again for Animal Medical Center of Seattle’s annual Fur Wheel Drive when we fill our car with donations to benefit the Animal Shelter Foundation’s and pets in need. This year we return in-person to Seward Park for the Furry 5k on June 12, 2022, at 11:30 a.m. to join other animal lovers in the Seattle area to raise money for the Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation.
Donations for the Fur Wheel Drive can be dropped off until Friday, June 10th at Crown Hill Pet Supply – 9053 Holman Rd NW, Seattle, WA 98117 and Pet Adventure – 22803 44th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Wish list items for the donation drive include:
- Unopened canned and dry cat and dog food
- New or gently used dog and cat toys
- Fleece blankets
- Small/medium cat carriers
- Dye and Scent-free Carefresh bedding for critters
- Cat litter (no pellet litter or scented)
- 8-foot dog leashes
- Dog coats (for rainy, cold days)
You can register for the PAWSwalk at PAWSWalk.net. Make sure to use the promo code ANIMALMEDICAL and get $5 off registration!
We are pleased to announce a partnered event with New Beginnings and the Animal Medical Center of Seattle. Shoreline Chamber of Commerce board member, Jina Smith, LVT of AMCS, and Neba Zaidi from New Beginnings will chat about “Pets and Healthy Relationships” on Thursday, January 13th, 4-4:30 pm over Zoom.
As your local domestic violence service organization, New Beginnings values every family member even the fluffy ones. We are responsible for our pets, yet they greatly benefit our personal and social health. Many domestic violence survivors have pets of their own who join their journey of recovery.
In our short chat, Jina and Neba will discuss the following:
- How pets benefit our health and support us through hardships
- How a healthy partner can support you and your pet
- How to identify if a partner is unsafe for your pet
- How New Beginnings supports survivors and their whole family – including pets
- Chance to ask your questions about pets in your family