Past Events – 2023
Do you have a mutt with an adorable mug? A feline who fancies posing for the camera? Then join the Animal Medical Center of Seattle and PAWS for our annual Santa PAWS Holiday Photo Contest!
It’s more than just smiles. It’s for animals in need at PAWS. For a $5 donation per photo entry, you’re not just capturing moments – you’re making tails wag at PAWS. Join us in spreading joy and saving lives.
A winner will be selected in three different categories: Overall Best Dog, Overall Best Cat, Overall Best Furry Family. The winner will be announced on the PAWS Facebook page facebook.com/PAWSWashington on January 4th, 2024 and will receive a Mud Bay gift basket for you and your furry friend!
We have our winners for the 2023 Santa PAWS Photo Contest! Congrats to our three lucky winners for Best Cat, Best Dog, and Best Furry Family photos! A big thank you to all who participated and helped the animals in need at Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
Make sure to join PAWS and the Animal Medical Center of Seattle at Reuben’s Brews in Fremont on December 19th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm, located at 4401 Fremont Ave N. Seattle, WA 98103. Capture the pawfect holiday memory with your furry friends at our Santa PAWS photobooth. Reuben’s Brews will be donating $1 to PAWS, spreading joy to our four-legged friends in need. Reuben’s Brews welcomes dogs and families!
2023 Lights of Hope
The Animal Medical Center of Seattle is excited to be a sponsor again for the 2023 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. Our hospital staff created some Lights of Hope bags, which are currently being displayed in the front window of our oncology building before they go to Washington DC on September 19th.
To learn more about the Lights of Hope event, visit https://www.fightcancer.org/lights-hope.
LUNCH AND LEARN
By scheduling only!
Animal Medical Center of Seattle is dedicated to provide educational opportunities for our referral veterinary community. Lectures are approximately an hour long, although we do ask you plan on giving us at least an hour and a half for questions. Lunch is on us!
Lunch and Learn topics that we are currently offering include:
Caring for the Sick UO
Basic Medical Math Bootcamp
Advanced Medical Math Bootcamp
Blood Banking & Transfusion Basics
Critical Thinking in the ER/ICU
Don’t see a topic of interest for you? No problem! We have a large and diverse group of veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians that can do just about any topic.
11th Annual Nine Lives Gala
The Animal Medical Center of Seattle is a proud sponsor for the Seattle Area Feline Rescue 2023 Nine Lives Gala on September 30th, 2023 to at the Lynnwood Event Center.
Enjoy dinner, drinks, a live auction, dessert dash and entertainment from emcee Pat Cashman! The best part? 100% of auction sales support homeless cats!
Learn more and get your tickets here.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first annual AMCS symposium!
The Animal Medical Center of Seattle is excited to be a sponsor for the 2023 PAWSWalk!
The PAWSWalk is a 21-day walking and fundraising challenge from June 4th to June 24th to benefit PAWS. Participants will have weekly wellness challenges to complete wherever and whenever they like to walk.
Join us for the PAWSWalk kick-off event at Frances Anderson Park in Edmonds, WA on June 4th from 12 pm to 3 pm where hundreds of participants will enjoy an afternoon of entertainment with Warm 106.9, a PAWSwalk photo booth, dog activities, vendors, and more! Make sure to come to say hi to us at our table and join us for this celebration to kick off three weeks of walking for animals in need!
You can register for the PAWSwalk at PAWSWalk.net. Make sure to use the promo code AMCS5 and get $5 off registration!
Seattle Pride Parade
The Animal Medical Center of Seattle has a diverse culture of veterinarians, support staff and clients who believe in a community where everyone is treated fairly, equally, and with respect. So we are very excited to announce that we will be IN the 2023 Seattle Pride Parade again on Sunday, June 25th to celebrate this diversity! The parade will be from 11 am to 3 pm in Downtown Seattle along 4th Ave, between Pike Street and Denny Way. We will be handing out water and water bowls for all the pups to make sure they stay hydrated, so make sure to keep an eye out for us if you’re attending!
Fur-Wheel-Drive and Furry 5k 2023
It’s time again for Animal Medical Center of Seattle’s annual Fur Wheel Drive, where we fill our car with donations to benefit the Seattle Animal Shelter and homeless pets.
Wish list items will be accepted until Friday, June 9th. The Animal Medical Center of Seattle has partnered with two local pet stores as donation sites for our Fur-Wheel-Drive. You can drop off donations at our hospital, located at 17518 15th Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155, or any of the following participating pet stores:
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)
All items will be donated to the Seattle Animal Shelter during the Furry 5k event on Sunday, June 11th at Seward Park. To learn more and sign up for the Furry 5k, please visit https://www.furry5k.com/.
Wound Management from Open to Close – WSVMA Webinar
Speaker: Alicia Howser, BVMs, MRCVS, DACVS
Tuesday, May 16th 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Animal Medical Center of Seattle surgeon Dr. Alicia Howser will be presenting a webinar for the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association on wound management. This lecture will include Important points about open wound management for successful healing. Learn and review the stages of wound healing and how to best treat each stage to optimize healing in as short a time period as possible. This lecture will include a review of types of healing, necessary materials, brief overview of bandaging, and potential wound closure options.
WSVMA members are free, and it is $30 for non-members
For more information and to register, visit https://wsvma.org/dvm-masterclass/