Animal Medical Center of Seattle's Monthly Newsletter

Animal Medical Center of Seattle is dedicated to the needs of our veterinary community and our clients. 

Animal Medical Center of Seattle is a privately owned, specialty and emergency veterinary hospital. Our goal is to assist our veterinary community in the treatment of patients, when advanced medicine, diagnosis or emergency care is required. We work closely with referring veterinarians to assess the pet’s needs and provide specialized treatment, when necessary.

We value the relationships we have with our referral veterinarians and recognize the vital role they play in the patient’s treatment and final outcome. Our top priority is working with a pet’s primary veterinarian and family to provide excellent, coordinated and compassionate medicine.

Animal Medical Center of Seattle understands the importance of the relationship between clients and their primary veterinarians. After treatment at our hospital, pets will return to the care of their regular veterinarian for continued medical needs.

The Animal Medical Center of Seattle is looking to add an Internist, Cardiologist and Dermatologist to it's growing team! Click here to learn more!

AMCS has added topics to our Lunch and Learn's! These are offered to our referral community for free. All that we ask in return is to think of us when you refer for emergency or specialty care, and consider adding our information to your after hours voicemail/website. Lunch is on us!
  • Triage
  • CPR For The Veterinary Support Staff
  • Anesthesia
  • Customer Service for Difficult Clients
  • Medical Math
  • Urinalysis
  • Diabetes
  • Managing the Patient with Cardiac and Renal Disease
  • New Therapies for Osteosarcoma
  • Pain Management

For more information, click here!
We now offer state-of- the-art CT scanning
Animal Medical Center of Seattle serves as an extension of the family practice. We care for patients on a referral, emergency or specialty needs basis patients on a referral, emergency or specialty needs basis. This means, when your cases require advanced diagnostic testing or procedures beyond the scope of general practice, we are here to help.

We want to ensure we provide a positive and convenient referral experience for our veterinary community. To refer a Computed Tomography (CT) case to Animal Medical Center of Seattle, simply fill out the referral form here and fax it to us at 206-204-3858 or email it to If you wish to speak with our Internal Medicine Specialist prior to referring your patient to us, please give us a call at 206-204-3366 and we would be happy to assist you!
Animal Medical Center of Seattle is proud to announce the addition of a C-arm to our facility!

We are now equipped to provide fluoroscopic guided tracheal and urethral stent placement. Please contact our  Internal Medicine Department for more information.
In internal medicine we specialize in diseases of the hepatic, respiratory, urogenital, endocrine,and gastrointestinal system including patients with dysphagia. We have the capacity for upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopy, cystoscopy, rhinoscopy, bone marrow aspirate/biopsies, arthrocentesis, esophageal balloon dilation, endoscopic foreign body removal, and placement of feeding tubes (PEG, esophageal, nasogastric). We also perform abdominal ultrasounds and ultrasound guided fine needle aspirates and have on site CT and fluoroscopy. We are proficient in tracheal and ureteral stent placement.
Tracheal Collapse and Intraluminal Stenting: A Case Study
Dr. Tanya Donovan, DVM, DACVIM (Internal Medicine)
In Oncology, we not only offer a wide array of state-of-the-art diagnostics and chemotherapy, but we also truly believe in the quality of life of our patients. We strive to make them as comfortable as possible. We take a compassionate approach to treatment, providing clients with all options from aggressive to palliative care. We firmly believe that just because we can, doesn’t mean we should, as chemotherapy may not be the right decision in all cases.  
CADET Test for Canine Transitional Cell Carcinoma
Dr. Krystal Harris, DVM (Practice Limited to Oncology)
In Emergency, we provide designated ER doctors, highly trained veterinary technicians and cutting-edge technology to ensure our patients are treated promptly and correctly diagnosedwith the compassion and care that they deserve. Our emergency department is fully staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our veterinarians are committed to the study of emergency medicine and keep current on the latest emerging treatments within this specialty. These compassionate and skilled doctors are able to provide top quality care at a moment's noticeregardless of the emergency
Urethally Obstructed Felines: A Quick Splash Review
Annie Chih, DVM (Practice Limited to Emergency and Critical Care)
Veterinary Technician Corner
By Ryan Frazier, LVT
During my second quarter teaching at Globe I was stuck with a parasitology class and was none too pleased. Even though I love lab work, poop wasn’t really doing it for me. I reluctantly began the quarter and quickly realized how fun and important these little bugs really are. I even took my class to one of the local dog parks to collects fecal samples to analyze in class and the students loved it! 

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Quarterly Newsletter Issue 1

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