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Greg_W

Good Vet in Seattle?

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For what kind of critter?

 

Dr. Tracy Bennett or Dr. Kamaka at the Bird & Exotic Clinic is great -- I'm not sure if they work a lot with dogs/cats, but it's worth a call.

 

783-4538

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Worth a call, surely, but she definitely does most of her work with the non-dog/cat pet... If nothing else, the could certainly recommend a good vet for you.

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Greg,

I've been going to Crown Hill Vet Hospital for about 2.5 years with my Newfie, who has a little hip dysplasia and a genetic digestive disease. Had a bad experience at Phinney Ridge with a rather alarmist, arrogant person. I love the vets at Crown Hill for their reasonableness and willingness to give me all the options instead of just the one they think I should pursue. Phone is 206-782-6363, and they're open on weekends, too.

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Hey, on a side note, you ever make any Chessie/Lab mixes?

 

Why would I do that? That's like blending Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot...it just shouldn't be done. Chessies are smarter, anyway.

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Robert Rogoz is not a vet but is very familiar with the anatomy of sheep.

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Jeb Mortimer at Greenlake Animal hospital is the best around.

 

Huh, I heard they suck ass re: customer service. Maybe there's more than one vet there.

 

Anyone like Aurora Vet Hospital? I think that's where I'm going.

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Does this have anything to do with your request for a canoe last week?

 

Yeah, I think my canoe has the Parvovirus. yellaf.gif Not really related, just need to get the new pup checked out. Pup liked the canoe. thumbs_up.gif

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Greg,

I've been going to Crown Hill Vet Hospital for about 2.5 years with my Newfie, who has a little hip dysplasia and a genetic digestive disease. Had a bad experience at Phinney Ridge with a rather alarmist, arrogant person. I love the vets at Crown Hill for their reasonableness and willingness to give me all the options instead of just the one they think I should pursue. Phone is 206-782-6363, and they're open on weekends, too.

 

I have had really good experiences with Crown Hill also. They offer most services (including ACL repair for my lab mix)and can board your dog if needed. They are open after work too. My dog gets excited to go there even in spite of having had surgery there, so they must haver treated her well behind closed doors.

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