Johnson, Brent J, Dvm - Northwest Animal Care

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It was time to have a walking buddy, someone to call ??friend.? After a long search, I found ??Buttercup?, a six-year-old female mixed breed yellow Labrador, sitting lonely in her bar-less doggy suite at NOAH (Northwest Organization for Animal Help http://www.thenoahcenter.org ?? a very special place for the desperately needy animals who have run out of time at other shelters).

Buttercup didn??t so much as wag her tail or lift her head when I walked into her attractively appointed condo. Buttercup had failed all the socialization tests and after six weeks at NOAH, it looked as if she had just given up. Desperately lonely, depressed, and left behind by her previous owner who had recently passed away, Buttercup had pulled the covers over her head shutting out the world. But, my heart told me ??This is my buddy dog.?

Our first routine well-patient visit to the Northwest Veterinary Clinic was nothing short of amazing. A warm and caring staff of assistants greeted Buttercup, one of who was to become Maggie??s new best friend. Warmly inviting Maggie into the exam room, both the assistant and veterinarian were on the floor playing or otherwise engaging Buttercup??a tremendous ice breaker and the beginning of what was to become a long nurturing relationship with this most wonderful veterinary team.

Patience, time, and a lot of love, ??Maggie? (Buttercup just wasn??t working for us) is today happy, healthy, and adores a good game of chase with all the other dogs at the doggy walky park. Maggie not only has a new name, she has a new life.

Post Script

Since adopting Maggie, we have adopted two play buddies for her. Or, shall we say, Maggie cut two kittens out of a herd of kittens. Maggie and kittens have all happily adjusted from a home for two to a pet playground for our fun and playful rescued pals. Life has never been more interesting, or fun.

When the Wheeler??s go to the vet, the whole family goes: Maggie, Bert & Ernie, What-Do-You-Know-Joe, and mom and dad.

Descending on the clinic, the kids are greeted by name and lead to our exam room. After a short moment of chaos, the kids are out of their carriers and off leash to settle into the once strangely new place.

While Ernie is busy with the six-inch hole in the cabinet leading to the garbage can, MoJo Kitty is busy with the technician??s drawer of shinny things. Maggie, having given up trying to keep the kids under control, happily greets Dr. Borin with a wagging tail and a coy look begging a scratch behind the ear.

Looking around the room, we are all laughing at the chaos. Ernie??s ??behind? is all that is visible as he disappears behind the cabinet. MoJo Kitty is carefully inspecting the shingy things in the drawer. And, Maggie, who has now got doctor down on his knees giving her the demanded attention she so gratefully receives, is finally? home.

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★★★★★

It was time to have a walking buddy, someone to call ??friend.? After a long search, I found ??Buttercup?, a six-year-old female mixed breed yellow Labrador, sitting lonely in her bar-less doggy suite at NOAH (Northwest Organization for Animal Help http://www.thenoahcenter.org ?? a very special place for the desperately needy animals who have run out of time at other shelters).

Buttercup didn??t so much as wag her tail or lift her head when I walked into her attractively appointed condo. Buttercup had failed all the socialization tests and after six weeks at NOAH, it looked as if she had just given up. Desperately lonely, depressed, and left behind by her previous owner who had recently passed away, Buttercup had pulled the covers over her head shutting out the world. But, my heart told me ??This is my buddy dog.?

Our first routine well-patient visit to the Northwest Veterinary Clinic was nothing short of amazing. A warm and caring staff of assistants greeted Buttercup, one of who was to become Maggie??s new best friend. Warmly inviting Maggie into the exam room, both the assistant and veterinarian were on the floor playing or otherwise engaging Buttercup??a tremendous ice breaker and the beginning of what was to become a long nurturing relationship with this most wonderful veterinary team.

Patience, time, and a lot of love, ??Maggie? (Buttercup just wasn??t working for us) is today happy, healthy, and adores a good game of chase with all the other dogs at the doggy walky park. Maggie not only has a new name, she has a new life.

Post Script

Since adopting Maggie, we have adopted two play buddies for her. Or, shall we say, Maggie cut two kittens out of a herd of kittens. Maggie and kittens have all happily adjusted from a home for two to a pet playground for our fun and playful rescued pals. Life has never been more interesting, or fun.

When the Wheeler??s go to the vet, the whole family goes: Maggie, Bert & Ernie, What-Do-You-Know-Joe, and mom and dad.

Descending on the clinic, the kids are greeted by name and lead to our exam room. After a short moment of chaos, the kids are out of their carriers and off leash to settle into the once strangely new place.

While Ernie is busy with the six-inch hole in the cabinet leading to the garbage can, MoJo Kitty is busy with the technician??s drawer of shinny things. Maggie, having given up trying to keep the kids under control, happily greets Dr. Borin with a wagging tail and a coy look begging a scratch behind the ear.

Looking around the room, we are all laughing at the chaos. Ernie??s ??behind? is all that is visible as he disappears behind the cabinet. MoJo Kitty is carefully inspecting the shingy things in the drawer. And, Maggie, who has now got doctor down on his knees giving her the demanded attention she so gratefully receives, is finally? home.

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We recently had a bad experience with another vet, and I decided to call Northwest Animal Care Hospital. I initially asked about prices, and they were more than happy to give me them over the phone - some vets I have called aren't too friendly when you're asking about prices.

They told us exactly what to expect for our first visit...The minute we walked into the office it was a pleasant experience - the entire staff was EXTREMELY friendly!

Over the course of the last couple of years, we've seen all 4 doctors they have, and I am happy with all of them! They're all very knowledgeable and they make our pets feel comfortable :)

This vet is very up to date, one of the less expensive vets I've found, and I feel you get a lot for your money - the staff is extremely wonderful!

They also do their own emergency work!

We have also taken advantage of their boarding services. They get a complimentary bath for their stay, and they have their own blankets there which they change regularly. This is great for our small dogs!!!

I'm always happy with the way my dogs and their bedding/toys are returned.

PROS: Friendly, Knowledgeable, Inexpensive, High Technology, Caring
CONS: None!

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★★★★★

We recently had a bad experience with another vet, and I decided to call Northwest Animal Care Hospital. I initially asked about prices, and they were more than happy to give me them over the phone - some vets I have called aren't too friendly when you're asking about prices.

They told us exactly what to expect for our first visit...The minute we walked into the office it was a pleasant experience - the entire staff was EXTREMELY friendly!

Over the course of the last couple of years, we've seen all 4 doctors they have, and I am happy with all of them! They're all very knowledgeable and they make our pets feel comfortable :)

This vet is very up to date, one of the less expensive vets I've found, and I feel you get a lot for your money - the staff is extremely wonderful!

They also do their own emergency work!

We have also taken advantage of their boarding services. They get a complimentary bath for their stay, and they have their own blankets there which they change regularly. This is great for our small dogs!!!

I'm always happy with the way my dogs and their bedding/toys are returned.

PROS: Friendly, Knowledgeable, Inexpensive, High Technology, Caring
CONS: None!

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