Heartworm Disease and Prevention: What Pet Owners Should Know

Keeping your pet parasite-free is an important part of their overall wellness, and heartworms are no exception to this rule. These parasites are extremely damaging and can threaten your pet’s life, but year-round prevention can help keep them safe. The All Creatures Animal Hospital team wants pet owners to understand the importance of year-round prevention, [...]

A Cat’s View of Arthritis

Crookshanks the cat here. Today I’m writing, er, dictating—come on now, I don’t have the luxury of opposable thumbs—to spread awareness about an important and often overlooked issue facing my fellow felines. Nothing against our canine companions, but they tend to be a little more dramatic when they aren’t feeling well, and their owners and [...]

7 Ideas for a Pet New Year’s Resolution

When the new year rolls around, you may think about improving your life during the upcoming 12 months. You may choose to formalize these goals into a New Year’s resolution. This year, consider doing the same for your pet. As we head into 2023, think about how you could improve your pet’s life, and set [...]

Appointments Available during the COVID 19 outbreak

In an effort to assist in the care of your loved ones and continue to create the safest environment for both our treatment team and we would like to update you with the latest information from All Creatures. We are continuing in the treatment of all urgent medical issues for your pets. Our regular Examinations [...]

Prescription Policy

In our continuing effort to make it easier for your pet(s) to receive refills of medications (and decrease waiting times at pick-up).We ask that you allow 24-48 hours to complete requests. ♥ A Licensed Veterinary Technician will review your request. We will call,text or email when it is ready; or notify you if follow-up with his [...]

Think before you buy that Bunny, Chick or Duckling!

Written by: Dr. Irene Choi Every March, after observing endless signs of clover and green in stores we are bombarded by advertising that features cute little bunnies and chicks toting the values and joys of Easter & Spring. Often people are tempted to purchase a small bunny, chick, or duckling for a small child for the [...]

Springtime Wildlife in Washington State

Western Washington has a population explosion of wildlife babies born every spring usually beginning in April and lasting until the end of June. We all love to watch the new baby birds leaving their nests for the first time; baby bunnies, raccoons, squirrels, or opossums exploring away from their mothers and especially the beautiful fawns [...]

The Holidays Are Upon Us!

It’s that time of year, the weather is changing, decorations are going up, and there are a lot of holiday gatherings. It’s important to think of your pet during this season and not forget to take extra precautions during all the hustle and bustle. Here are some things to consider for your pet. Decorations. Holiday [...]

February is Dental Health Month!

Oral Hygiene Your pet's dental health is a part of his/her healthy foundation. Gingivitis and periodontal disease are a reality for your pet as much as they are for you! Periodontal disease doesn't just affect your pet's teeth, gums, and the deterioration of the jaw bone, it impacts their entire general health.The bacteria that is [...]

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