of our patients, clients, and employees above all
-- for the sake of the greater whole
For 30 Years
Dr. Greg McWilliams, DVM, MS, MBA MS, MBA, DVM
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
MS in Business Administration
MS in Anatomy and Physiology
SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE OF CALIFORNIA
BS in Print Journalism
Born and raised in the citrus growing community of Exeter, CA, Greg earned a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from Saint Mary’s College of California. He attended the Institute of Economics and Political Studies (Cambridge University and London School of Economics) and the University of Cape Town South Africa where he studied print content analysis. After working as a newspaper reporter in California, he became inspired by his own pets (two Hungarian Vizslas named Grace and Truman) to become a veterinarian. He worked his way through veterinary school in a small animal orthopedic research laboratory developing products and procedures that help humans and animals alike. After finishing veterinary school, he completed a post-doctoral in medicine and surgery at the Sacramento Veterinary Referral Center. He received additional training in knee surgery, fracture repairs, and is “master TPLO and abdominal ultrasound certified.” Passions include orthopedic surgery, critical care, and oncology.
“My mother used to say that the only unconditional love in this world comes from pets – and sometimes our parents. I couldn’t have picked a more fitting profession that not only propagates the well being of animals – but also the happiness of their owners.”
Greg resides in Capitol Hill with his youthful and vivacious Vizsla named Charlie.
Dr. Carolynn Fitterer, DVM DVM
DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
BA IN BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Dr. Carolynn Fitterer first fell in love with animals as a child growing up in Puyallup, WA. She attended The University of Washington for her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biological Anthropology, and went on to work rehabilitating orphaned/displaced orangutans and monkeys in Indonesia. This worked inspired her to become a veterinarian to promote a healthy planet in her own neighborhood. She obtained her veterinary degree from Washington State University and excelled at problem solving complex medical cases for dogs and cats. She also won multiple research awards and earned a certificate in Global Animal Health for her work promoting goat health for low income families abroad. Dr. Carolynn loves helping cats, dogs, rabbits, birds… all the pets! She lives on Alki with her beloved shepherd mix named Momo, and loves nothing more than playing board games with her niece and nephews.
Shane Gustafon, LVT Licenced Veterinarian Technician
Shane was born In Montana many moons ago. After living there for 20 years he moved to Yakima, Washington for 15 years before moving to Seattle. His son is going on 18 and will be joining the Marine Corps. He has one amazing 5-year-old dog named Khaleesi. Hobbies includes live shows and playing his bass. He enjoys hiking, fishing, and considers him self a “a hole-in-the-wall” foodie.
Anthony Gifford, VT Veterinary Technician
Anthony was born in Missouri where most of his family still resides. He has always loved animals and dreamed to work with them in a veterinary hospital. After graduating from Hickey Vet Tech Institute in St. Louis Missouri, he moved to Seattle to begin his new career as a veterinary technician. His hobbies include hanging out with family and friends, fishing, and meeting new people especially if they happen to have a pet with them. He aspires to one day have a grumble (3 or more pugs) of his own.
Chelsey Fosburgh, VA Veterinary Assistant
She has a soft spot for geriatric & special needs dogs. Grumpy cats and birds.
Clair Shannon, LVT Veterinary Technician
Originally from Southern Oregon Clair moved to Portland at 16 to go to Culinary School. During school she worked at a 24-hour emergency animal clinic and that is where her story really begins. Staying in the animal emergency field for 8.5 years, the fast paced and high intensity of the ER moved her into different departments over time. In 2012 her daughter, Adah Rose, was born and they subsequently moved to West Seattle in 2014 with her 3 awesome dogs, Peter Marie, Bearafina, and Dirty White Boy. They love camping, horse back riding and getting lost in North Bend.
Jessica Turner, VA Veterinary Assistant
Michelle Cantu, VA Licenced Veterinary Assistant
Samantha Knox, Front Desk Front Desk
Carla Ferrazzi, Front Desk Front Desk
spays / neuters
adult / senior wellness
soft tissue surgery
radiology / oncology
long term health management
WE ARE CAT FRIENDLY.
A Cat Friendly Practice has met the criteria set by the American Association of Feline Practitioners and has been awarded certification.
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Animal Health Care matters, but veterinary medicine is more than just health care.
IT’S WORKING HARD TO KEEP SERVICES AFFORDABLE SO PETS RECEIVE THE CARE THEY NEED. WE WORK HARD TO KEEP THE EXPENSE OF OUR SERVICES AS LOW AS POSSIBLE AND PROVIDE FREE CARE FOR THOSE LESS FORTUNATE THROUGH GENEROUS DONATIONS TO THE VETERINARY CARE FOUNDATION – a NON-PROFIT FOUNDATION COMMITTED TO THE WELL BEING OF ANIMALS. BELOW IS A LIST OF COMMON PROCEDURES AND PRICES TO HELP YOU MAKE EDUCATED DECISIONS…
|Procedures/services||Estimated Cost||Procedures/services||Estimated Cost|
|Emergency Exam||$99||Anesthetic Dental (Mild)||$431-879|
|All Vaccines||$20 each||Anesthetic Dental (Mod)||$555-999|
|Canine Spay||$246-439*||Anesthetic Dental (sev)||$1,301-2,349|
|Feline Spay||$299-447*||Knee Surgery by TPLO||$2,167-2,330|
|Rabbit Spay||$299-477*||Knee Surgery by lateral teather (extracapsular)||$1,325-1,438|
|Rodent Spay||$299-477*||FHO (Hip surgery)||$1,601-1,858|
|Canine Castration||$179-506*||Broken bone repair||$1000-2,500|
|Feline Castration||$154-447*||Medial Luxating Patella (loose knee cap)||$1,548-1,916|
|Rabbit Castration||$154-447*||Mass removal||$432-1,231|
|Rodent Castration||$154-447*||Laceration/bite wound||$379-642|
* The prices for spays and castrations include the surgical procedure, pre-operative medications, induction, anesthesia, IV fluid support, multi-parameter monitoring, and post-operative pain medications. Additional cost is associated with pre-operative blood work, which may be needed on a case-by-case basis. Price varies based on patient’s size. For an estimate specific for your pet, please don’t hesitate to contact our front desk at 206.322.5444.
Our Pet Care Rewards Membership rewards you for giving your pets the best chance to live a long healthy life.
We developed a rewarding membership plan that unleashes the savings by giving you cash back rewards and at the same time supports a great cause by helping other pets in need!
- Two examinations included anytime during the membership year.
- 5% cash back rewards with every purchase are automatically loaded onto your membership and are redeemable toward future services.
- One complimentary nail trim for your pet during your birthday month.
- We will donate 2% of every dollar you spend at Broadway Veterinary Hospital to the Veterinary Care Foundation. 100% of every charitable dollar contributed is used to directly fund the care of animals in our community. We believe in giving back to our community and helping pets in need!
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