Ataxia (wobbly walking) and weakness.
About Seattle Veterinary Specialist (SVS)
The SVS team of veterinarians, technicians, and support staff deliver compassionate, comprehensive specialized and emergency/critical care 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Our specialty medicine teams include board-certified and board-eligible doctors in Neurology, Surgery, Internal Medicine, Radiology, Oncology, Cardiology, Clinical Pathology and Emergency and Critical Care. Our emergency doctors are highly experienced and have either completed a rigorous internship program or are seasoned emergency doctors. The "team approach" between the client, the referring veterinarian and our medical team ensures that our patients will receive the most comprehensive, compassionate care available. At SVS, we are passionate about our work and ready to do whatever it takes to provide a better quality of life for your pet. Everyday, we utilize the exceptional skills of our doctors combined with the most advanced diagnostic tools, treatments and surgical methods to ensure extraordinary care is given to each and every pet.
The hospitals are equipped with the latest diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities, including digital radiography, ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), CT, fluoroscopy (Kirkland),endoscopy, CO2 LASER, a dedicated intensive care unit (ICU) and more. Seattle is renowned for being technologically advanced and we utilize the resources in the area to provide a superior level of monitoring and care for our patients. The hospital design, amidst modern technology and equipment, applies Feng shui - the ancient Chinese practice of placement and arrangement of space to achieve a harmonious and healing work environment.
Seattle Veterinary Specialists Values
Provide open communication to our clients and coworkers in an appreciative and considerate manner.
Serve our clients and each other with empathy, understanding, and an open mind.
Be truthful and honest.
Be responsible and accountable for our actions and provide creative input directed toward personal and organizational success.
Maintain a fun, yet sustainable business that provides a positive work environment where learning/teaching and a sense of accomplishments are achieved through outstanding medical outcomes.
Be responsible for the environment and the community in which we live and to positively contribute to the veterinary profession.