Bellevue Animal Hospital

Bellevue Animal Hospital
Bellevue Animal Hospital is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Bellevue, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bellevue Animal Hospital which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bellevue Animal Hospital on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

Contact information for Bellevue Animal Hospital is:
10415 Main St
Bellevue, WA 98004
(425) 454-1246

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Bellevue Animal Hospital has an overall ZapScore of 66. This means that Bellevue Animal Hospital has a higher ZapScore than 66% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bellevue, Washington is 34 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Our Patient of the Day for 27 July 2017 is Murray Lehr! Murray has quite a history: the not-quite 7-year-old Basset Hound mix has had to take medications for seizures for several years, possibly the result of a severe head trauma when he was about 2 1/2 years old. Murray had run off, and was found seizuring in the middle of the road. Recovery was slow, but Murray wasn't about to let the occasional seizure stop him! He has been our patient since his family moved to Bellevue from Kansas in the summer of 2015, and Murray is always happy to see us. The feeling is mutual, Murray! When we asked his mama if she could tell us any cute stories about Murray, she said, "I could go for days!" Keep reading for more ... we promise it's totally worth it! "We are from Kansas and decided that I needed a little dog in my life. We drove to the Wichita Humane Society in search of a chihuahua-sized dog - MY dog. None of the chihuahuas there were MY dog, they just didn't demand to go home with us. So, we saw this cute little basset mix online and requested a visit with him. We were in the little glass room watching all the dogs go by to meet potential new owners when I saw this giant brown dog pulling a staff member down the hall. The door to our room opened and in a flash, two giant paws pounced onto my shoulders and one big ole slurp sent my glasses flying off my face. His body wiggled like he was a belly dancer, his tail smashing everything in range. By the time I could open my eyes, it was that huge brown dog and he was on top of my teenage daughter, giving her the same dog-slobber facial. He worked his way around the room, greeting everybody in the family with an enthusiasm I've never seen before (or since.) He then came back to me, plopped himself in my lap and demanded that we take him home. I had to tell my family 'this is MY dog' between his wet, full-face kisses. So, since he's funny looking and makes everybody laugh and he's just a general goofball ... we named him after Bill Murray (or James Murray from Impractical Jokers - depends on who you ask.) Because he's had surgery on his leg, allergies, seizures, eaten things dogs shouldn't eat, a corneal abrasion, and a nearly life-threatening head injury, my husband calls him the million dollar dog. His favorite food is ALL the food and his favorite activities are eating and snuggling. Some people have therapy dogs ... Murray has therapy humans. He absolutely requires daily snuggles and he will get them any way he can. In our house, 'I'm snuggling with Murray' is a legitimate excuse to get out of doing anything that requires moving." Keep on snugglin', Murray! The world needs more loveable goofballs like you. #weloveourpatients #dogsareawesome #specialneedspets

This is a great story from Dr. Kathryn Maltry's alma-mater, the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine! Nana (Banana) the chihuahua had a congenital heart defect called a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA,) which usually leads to heart failure within the first year of life. A dog with PDA suffers from abnormal blood circulation that results in a continuous shunting of blood through the lungs; a heart murmur is typically the first indicator of the problem. Click below to learn more about Nana's journey and her life-changing surgery!
A dog with a PDA heart defect traveled more than 8,000 miles from Thailand to Illinois so veterinary cardiologist Dr. Jordan Vitt could repair her heart.

Bellevue Animal Hospital shared Nebraska Humane Society's event.
First "Doggie Dip" of the summer! Always a popular event for pups and people :D (Please make sure your dogs are up to date on vaccinations!)
YAS, it's finally that time of year! Join us for the first Doggie Dip of the year. We'll be at Lee Valley from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Come take a dip in the Omaha pools with your furry friends! Cost: $5 per dog (includes two handlers), and $1 for each additional human — all proceeds benefit the animals at NHS Huge shout out to the @[178410602179261:274:City of Omaha Parks & Recreation] for hosting us every year! If you miss the first Doggie Dip, join us for #2 • Doggie Dip #2: Aug. 13, 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Gallagher Pool, 2936 N. 52nd St.
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