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Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle

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14810 15th Ave NE (at 15th Ave NE and 148th St)
Seattle, WA 98155
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(206) 545-4322
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Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle - Seattle, WA
Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle - Seattle, WA
Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle - Seattle, WA
Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle - Seattle, WA
Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle - Seattle, WA
Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle - Seattle, WA
Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle - Seattle, WA
Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle - Seattle, WA
Animal Surgical Clinic-Seattle - Seattle, WA

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We were very scared to learn from a neighborhood vet that my dog's limp was most likely a torn ACL. They referred us to a few surgeons in the Seattle metro area and my family call...

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My 12 year old lab had a ear cleaning with a tissue mass removed two years ago on at their Stoneway facility at a cost of $500. We recently went back to them for this exact same ...

Editorial review from Citysearch 7/4/2013

My 90-pound Tibetan Mastiff had a torn cruciate ligament in his left rear leg and could hardly walk. I took him to the Animal Surgical Clinic and they recommended surgery. It was costly, but I couldn't bear to see him in such pain. I went ahead with the surgery 8 weeks ago and he is now running and able to jump into the car. Previously, I had to lift him to get him into the back seat (whew!) I highly recommend this very professional clinic, and specfically Dr. Allen Johnson, who performed the surgery. more

Excellent, Professional Care on All Levels: Highly Recommend 11/2/2010

We were very scared to learn from a neighborhood vet that my dog's limp was most likely a torn ACL. They referred us to a few surgeons in the Seattle metro area and my family called each one with many questions and concerns. After a lengthy conversation with the gal at the front desk of Animal Surgical Clinic of Seattle, we made an appointment for a consultation the next day. My dog was very nervous during our visit and after days of immobility, she promptly went to the bathroom right on the floor! I was so embarassed! (She was too). The staff was wonderful- and acted like I was silly to even worry about it. It was cleaned up right away-(the entire facility is beautiful, new and spotless, by the way). Soon Dr. Aguila met with us and brought us into the exam room. Instead of a scary, slippery exam table- he knelt down on a carpet to pet and comfort her before starting the exam. He proceeded to move her legs and conduct the exam (still on the floor- she kept rolling over for tummy scratches), and told us that surgery was the best option for her- she definitely had a torn ACL. She is a younger dog, and without surgery, she would be able to walk again- but would likely develop severe arthritis. Dr Aguila calmly answered every question I had and I felt a huge sense of relief after understanding the situation better. We decided to proceed with surgery and scheuduled it the next day. When we arrived the staff greeted us and my dog by name and reassured us (again). Dr Aguila and his staff patiently answered every question we had (pre and post-op.... turns out it she had a torn ACL and Meniscus), and really helped us get through the most important time: post-surgery recovery. We limited her walks, did her mobility exercises, etc - whenever we had a question- we called up Animal Surgical Clinic and they were happy to help. The Staff at Animal Surgical Clinic prepared us well! They truly wanted to see that this little dog of mine heal properly. The price of the surgery was right in the middle of the range of other quotes we received from the recommended surgical clinics. (One quote was much higher, one was slightly lower)- but bottom line is that these surgeries are not cheap! I cannot tell you how happy I am that we went with Animal Surgical Clinic of Seattle. I just had a good feeling about them from the first phone call to the surgery, and even now when I think back about the experience. I should have written this review sooner. We couldn't have had a better experience with Dr Aguila and the staff. more

EXCELLENT SERVICE 9/15/2010

DR BENNETT PUT MY DOGGY BACK TOGETHER AGAIN!! NOT ONLY ONCE BUT TWICE. VERY PERSONALBLE STAFF, AND THE ESTIMATES WERE EXACT!! THEY HELD MY DOGGY ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT TO KEEP HER CALM SO HER LEG WOULD HEAL. WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND TO PET OWNER. more

Great service and happy cat 12/23/2009

The stray cat I adopted started limping, and my vet. told me that he would need surgery because he had femoral head necrosis. Animal Surgical Clinic of Seattle was recommended to me, and the cost of the procedure was comparable to other surgery clincs I contacted. Dr. Bennett was wonderful and did a great job -- my cat had a very quick recovery and is able to run around like he used to. The staff is also great to work with. more

Animal Owner BEWARE!! 10/30/2009

My 12 year old lab had a ear cleaning with a tissue mass removed two years ago on at their Stoneway facility at a cost of $500. We recently went back to them for this exact same procedure and they wanted $1,800. They claim they have not raised their prices but my experience is they raised something?? During this same time my lab also had a chest mass which they wanted to charge $1,800 to $2,400 to remove vs my local Greenlake Vet gave us a quote of $800. We decided to go to our vet and not this surgical facility based on questionable charging practices. This was our experience at this office. Best wishes and good luck! Pros: Good animal procedures Cons: VERY VERY Expensive since their new surgical center opened! more

Dr. Bennett is a Cat Whisperer! 8/15/2008

My 8 year old cat has had chronic ear infections for years and nothing seemed to help. Eventually, he was diagnosed with a ""likely"" polyp. the only way to know 100% was to get a $1,500 MRI. We skipped the MRI and went ahead with a ventral bulla osteotomy, in which the surgeon enters the middle ear through the neck, removes the polyp along with any infected material as well as some bone. Pros: Compassionate, patient, professional, connects with animals Cons: Expensive (but they all are) more
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Additional information

  • Hours:

    The surgical specialty practice is open from 8am-6pm M-F. Our partner in specialty care is Animal Medical Center of Seattle, a 24-hr emergency and critical care practice also located in our hospital.
  • Neighborhoods:

    Lake Union, Wallingford, Shoreline

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