Growing up in rural New Jersey, I spent every moment petting horses and working with them in the stables of my grandfather's farm. After high school and college, we spent some time in a veterinary practice, but we never worked with horses, dogs, cats or other animals outside our own backyard.
The desire to provide first-class care inspired me to learn more about veterinary medicine, and by the age of 12 I had a collection of veterinary textbooks and magazines. When I decided that veterinary medicine was my dream job, we looked for every animal experience we could find. I have been certified in veterinary acupuncture and chiropractic care to expand the level of care I can offer to my clients and patients.
As a member of Lap of Love, I help families enrich the lives of their older pets and, when the time comes, help them die in a home surrounded by those they love most.
Brandon is originally from San Diego, California, and came to the UK from the US in 2015, where he was adopted as a puppy. He likes to learn about music production and music theory, makes music and goes hiking with Chase, who absolutely loves nature. When he doesn't help families pet their pets, he spends his free time traveling and hiking in the Pacific Northwest with his husband, Chris.
After attending veterinary school at North Carolina State University and an internship at the New Bolton Center at the University of Pennsylvania, she moved with her husband to the Pacific Northwest, where she worked for several years as an outpatient equine veterinarian. Her passion for positive impact on the welfare of horses inspired her to study veterinary medicine for life. Client Services Coordinator, Brandon moved to Seattle in 2014 after serving a term in the U.S. Air Force. During the military he was able to travel to Europe and the Middle East and worked as a technician for propulsion technology in space.
She is married with two teenage sons, her husband also works for Banfield and the family shares the house with a dog and cat. Her favourite is the cat bebe, although she has two of her own, as she likes to work with the animals she grows up with. The house has a petting zoo, an indoor / outdoor play area and an outdoor dog park.
Amanda has kept a low profile, combining her passion for pet care and disease prevention with a healthy lifestyle and high-quality nutrition.
What has accompanied her for so long is the care and quality she offers her patients. The Oliver Fund is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization for people whose companion animals are financially constrained. Our aim is to provide financial support to pet owners who cannot afford the cost of caring for their loved ones "companion animals. This fund supports the purchase, care and maintenance of the health and welfare of an animal, as well as the maintenance and care of the physical and mental health of the animal. We strive to provide our patients and customers with the best possible care and quality of life.
We have veterinary staff on duty 7 days a week, trained and equipped to have all urgent care pets. We need animals, which ideally, but not exclusively, also represent a teaching possibility for WSU pupils. The Good Samaritan Fund is used exclusively for the treatment of strays and special offers, and we have awarded over $2,000 in grants to care for stray and special needs animals in the Seattle area.
We also help in emergencies by offering advice on such incidents and helping in emergencies such as a heart attack.
Our general practitioners can also help to take your pet to a 24-hour animal hospital and help with local emergencies. If you have enough money to pay a pet's medical bills, please read the terms and conditions of our policy to ensure that we provide sufficient coverage for your pet. Alternatively, you can use some kind of credit that can be used to extend emergency care for an animal covered by our pet insurance, such as pet health insurance or pet health insurance.
Finding a good emergency room is the best option to ensure that your pet receives first-class medical care. Your pet must behave without risk to life and the owner must be able to prove financial distress. Check service charges and availability and determine whether we are best suited for your pets.
To be more specific, the Doney Memorial Pet Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Seattle, just blocks from the Seattle Center for the Performing Arts.
As a private practice, we are able to adapt our medical care to most budgets by offering a variety of treatment and payment options. Our experienced doctors are committed to providing team-based, advanced medical care at all costs, which is why we are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a year. Madison Street Animal Hospital is a full service animal hospital and welcomes all pets, from small to large, as well as cats and dogs of all ages and abilities.