Mercer Island Veterinary Clinic
2448 76th Ave SE Suite 102 | Mercer Island, WA 98040

(206) 232-0333

info@mercerislandvet.com
M-S 7:30am-6pm, Sun Closed



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Dentistry: Endodontic Case of the Week

On 9 Jun, 2017

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Canine Influenza Virus – cause for concern?

On 29 Dec, 2016

We have received many questions regarding canine influenza following reports in December 2015 of two dogs testing positive at a boarding facility in Kent, WA. While we take our client’s concerns very seriously we do not feel this isolated incident is cause for alarm.

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Why is my dog or cat itchy? An overview of skin allergies in dogs and cats.

On 29 Dec, 2016

Is your dog or cat keeping you up at night scratching. licking or chewing? As spring approaches, itching and allergies are a common complaint among our clients.

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Introducing Acupuncture at MIVC

On 29 Dec, 2016

We are happy to announce that we are beginning to offer acupuncture therapy at Mercer Island Veterinary Clinic for selected patients. Dr. Mulvaney is training with one of the top Veterinary Acupuncturists in the nation at Colorado State University, Dr. Narda Robinson.

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The Battle of the Bulge – Tips for Weight Loss in Cats

On 29 Dec, 2016

As we enter into 2013, a common concern among our clients is how to manage their pet’s weight.  Today’s blog includes some background and basic information on weight loss in cats.

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Holiday Safety Tips

On 29 Dec, 2016

Ho Ho Ho! The holiday season is upon us and here at MIVC, we want to keep you pets happy and healthy throughout this busy season. In today’s blog, Dr. Mulvaney has compiled a few tips to keep your canine and feline companions safe and secure amidst the shopping, decorating, and celebrating.

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Your Challenge…Should you choose to accept it…Getting Your Cat to the Veterinarian

On 29 Dec, 2016

Does this sound familiar? You rush home from work to retrieve your cat for its veterinary appointment. You dig the carrier out of the garage, dust it off, and begin the search for kitty. Under the bed, in the closet, the kitty is nowhere to be found. Although nothing has been said out loud, somehow the cat “knows” that today is the day you are going to the vet! When you finally locate kitty – now you have to get her into the carrier.

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Complications of non-anesthesia dentistry: A case report

On 29 Dec, 2016

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