SVS is committed to remain on the forefront of veterinary medicine by continually integrating treatments and procedures that can increase longevity and improve the quality of life for our patients. Our doctors are in close collaboration with both human and veterinary teaching and research facilities throughout the U.S. to provide integrated programs of patient care and education. Examples of services offered at SVS include ventilatory support for critical patients, endoscopy, brain and spinal neurosurgery, minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopy/thoracoscopy), Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO), advanced soft tissue and oncological surgery, exotic animal surgery and more. SVS also supports and has close working relationships with physical therapy and rehabilitation medicine veterinarians, as well as complementary medicine (acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine) practitioners.
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Our fully equipped transport ambulance may be of helpful service to you. It has monitoring and emergency treatment capabilities comparable to those in a veterinary clinic. It will be staffed by a certified veterinary technician and a veterinarian, as needed, who will be able to monitor and care for your sick or injured pet.
The demand for blood products continues to rise. Seattle Veterinary Specialists is currently recruiting dedicated canine and feline blood donors to help us meet this ever-increasing need. Blood donation is a gift of hope and life for companion pets that are in need.
The Cardiology Service of Seattle Veterinary Specialists is staffed by Bryan Bottorff, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology). The service receives cases usually by referral for dogs and cats as well as other species including rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, horses, and more.
The Emergency and Critical Care department of Seattle Veterinary Specialists is dedicated to delivering the highest quality of medical care for the benefit of our patients, their families, and veterinarians 24-hours a day.
Internal medicine encompasses a wide range of disorders, including hormonal diseases, immune disorders, some types of cancer, intestinal, urinary and respiratory diseases and is devoted to the long term care of its patients.
The neurology service at Seattle Veterinary Specialists led by Sean Sanders, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVIM (Neurology) is responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases that affect the brain, spine, peripheral nerves and muscles.
The SVS Oncology service is a veterinary referral consultation practice staffed by Dr. Kevin Choy, Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology). Our overall goal is to offer hope through the preservation, extension and improvement of quality of life in dogs and cats with cancer.