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We are a family owned practice. Your pet is an important member of your family, and when he or she is ill, you want the best care possible. Madison Park Veterinary Hospital is a premier veterinary hospital providing expert, compassionate veterinary care for your pets. Our mission is to use our hearts, education and experience to provide competent, compassionate medical care to our patients. Dr. Barry Katz and the staff at Madison Park Veterinary Hospital look forward to working with you to keep your pet healthy and happy.
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Dr. Barry Katz
Dr. Jenya Katz
Dr. Anna Baines
Seattle Veterinarian | Madison Park Veterinary Hospital | 206-324-4050
4016 E Madison St
Seattle, WA 98112
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