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Our Lacey veterinarians share valuable tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Overweight Cat: Signs, Causes & Weight Chart

Overweight Cat: Signs, Causes & Weight Chart

At Olympia Pet Emergency, we believe strongly in educating our clients so they can be the best possible pet owners. So today, our Lacey vets will discuss urinalysis for dogs and cats, as well as how to understand your pet's urinalysis results so you can make the best decisions regarding their medical care.

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Why Does My Dog Need a Urinalysis?

Why Does My Dog Need a Urinalysis?

At Olympia Pet Emergency, we believe strongly in educating our clients so they can be the best possible pet owners. So today, our Lacey vets will discuss urinalysis for dogs and cats, as well as how to understand your pet's urinalysis results so you can make the best decisions regarding their medical care.

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Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

If your pet is seemingly healthy then you may be asking why they are in need of bloodwork or other diagnostic testing. Luckily, our team is here to help you understand the reasoning behind additional testing. Our Lacey vets talk about how blood tests can benefit your dog and what we can learn from the results.

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Ultrasound for Dogs and Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

Ultrasound for Dogs and Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

When it comes to monitoring the health of pets, our veterinary team utilizes various tools and technology to help do this. One of the diagnostic tools that we use is ultrasound. Our Lacey vets talk about the reasons why your pet may need an ultrasound and what they can show us.

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X-Rays For Dogs

X-Rays For Dogs

If your dog has suffered an injury causing them distress then your vet may have requested having an x-ray performed on your pet. Below, our Lacey vets talk about what x-rays for dogs are used for and everything you need to know about the x-ray procedure.

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Cat Wound Care

Cat Wound Care

Cats are one of the more graceful creatures in the animal kingdom, but that doesn't mean they are safe from unexpected injuries. Here, our Lacey vets share some of the commonly seen wounds in cats, what the symptoms are and how you can treat your kitty and get them running again.

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Blood in Dog's Stool: Is It an Emergency?

Blood in Dog's Stool: Is It an Emergency?

If you see blood in your beloved companion's stool then you will most likely become incredibly worried. Today our emergency vets at Olympia Pet Emergency in Lacey share some of the causes, symptoms and treatment for bloody stool in dogs.

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Cat & Dog Choking: What To Do When Your Pet is Choking

Cat & Dog Choking: What To Do When Your Pet is Choking

Between playing, eating and having adventures, accidents are bound to happen. While most accidents involve injuries there is also the possibility of your pet choking. Our Lacey emergency vets discuss choking in dogs and cats as well as what steps to take in this situation.

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Heatstroke in Cats

Heatstroke in Cats

Heatstroke, while uncommon in cats, can happen at any time when your cat is exposed to high temperatures. Prevention is the most important thing to keep in mind but if that fails then it is crucial to know what to do. In today's post, our Lacey emergency vets share some of the symptoms of heatstroke in cats, and what you should do if you think your cat is suffering from heatstroke. 

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Why Your Dog Pants At Night

Why Your Dog Pants At Night

We are used to seeing our canine companions pant or breathe heavily when they get excited or get in lots of exercise, but what about at night when they are laying down and sleeping or relaxing? Today, our Lacey vets discuss the reasons why your dog pants at night and when it may be a cause for concern.

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At Olympia Pet Emergency, you can always access our full complement of emergency services without an appointment. We treat both walk-in patients and referrals for urgent veterinary care.

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