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Allaying Fears About Your Dog or Cat’s Anesthesia

The doctors at Bothell Pet Hospital will often recommend a procedure that involves anesthesia. It may be a spay, a mass removal, dental evaluation/cleaning, or major surgery. These all require that the pet undergoes general anesthesia. We frequently hear questions … Continue reading

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Galliprant New Arthritis Medication for Dogs

Do you have a dog with arthritis?  If you do, or even if you have a dog that just seems to be “slowing down,” you are going to love the news we have about a new medication available! The veterinary … Continue reading

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Transporting a Cat with Minimal Stress

By Dr. Naomi Keiper of Bothell Pet Hospital If you’re a cat owner, you know how stressful it can be to get your feline to the veterinarian – for both of you! Trying to get a cat into a carrier … Continue reading

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Cushing’s Disease – A First Hand Veterinary Perspective

Is my dog just getting old (or could there be something else going on)??? Have you noticed that your middle aged or older dog is starting to slow down? Is he lethargic, maybe panting more, getting up at night to … Continue reading

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Tips for Hiking with Your Dog

Fall is a great time for hiking in our beautiful Northwest wilderness, and many dogs enjoy hiking and backpacking along with their owners. Below are the ASPCA’s expert tips to ensure your dog’s safety as you explore the great outdoors: … Continue reading

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Adjusting to Life with a Senior Dog or Cat

We like to say around here at Bothell Pet Hospital that, “Old age is not a disease!” While we would never treat an animal based on its age alone, the reality is that the health of dogs and cats can … Continue reading

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All About Fleas – Part 2 of 2

In our last blog post, we discussed fleas with a focus on identification, transmission, and associated illnesses. If you missed it, please refer to “Fleas 101” for July 2016. This month we will focus more closely on prevention and treatment. … Continue reading

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