Animal Surgery and Care Center


Animal Surgery and Care Center
Animal Surgery and Care Center is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Lynnwood, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for Animal Surgery and Care Center which include a Facebook page, a Yelp review page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Animal Surgery and Care Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Animal Surgery and Care Center is:
12926 Mukilteo Speedway
Lynnwood, WA 98087
(425) 348-4500
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Animal Surgery and Care Center shared Go's video.
So how is your Monday going so far?
Cats are weird 😂😂 Credit - @sariyerberfu

Animal Surgery and Care Center shared Pet Poison Helpline's video.
March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month. Please watch and share this video on the dangers of human foods. There are a variety of human foods that can be dangerous if consumed by your pets.

Animal Surgery and Care Center shared Homeward Pet Adoption Center's photo.
That's right! Today only, Amazon Smile is donating 5% of your purchase to the charity of your choice. That is 10 times their usual donation rate! If you're doing some online shopping today, be sure to select Homeward Pet to benefit the homeless animals in our care! #ThankYou #HomewardPet #AmazonSmile

Animal Surgery and Care Center shared The Whole Dog Journal's post.
This is a common problem for many dogs and dog owners.
Separation anxiety, depending on the severity, can be incredibly debilitating for dogs. It can also cost dog guardians countless hours of cleanup, dollars in damage repair and training, and levels of stress matching that of the dog. Recognizing your dog's trigger is the most important step; read the full WDJ article to learn more.
Have you ever had the misfortune of walking into your house to find overturned furniture, inches-deep claw gouges on door frames, blood-stained tooth marks on window sills, and countless messages on your answering machine from neighbors complaining about your dog barking and howling for hours on end...

Animal Surgery and Care Center shared First Aid For Your Pets's photo.
Not my Story; Take a Pet Tech Pet CPR and First Aid class so that you can learn the protocols for Choking, bleeding, rescue breathing, CPR and so much more . Terrifying. This is Not my dog, luckily he is apparently fine. Thank God for the hole in the Kong. I've known a few friends who have lost their dogs to choking on toys. High drive dogs and any toy small enough to lodge in their throats or swallow is the potential for a death sentence. Also keep in mind, a dog in the panic of trying to dislodge something from their throats will shred and break your fingers and hands if you attempt to help them remove it. Most balls will be too spitty and slick to grab by hand anyway, and the only option is to sometimes wait until the dog passes out, brace their mouth open and use pliers to grasp the toy, deflating it with something first if necessary. I've had to revive more than one of my dogs for various reasons over the years. Know the most up to date protocols forCPR and choking.