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The Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine

The Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine

11401 NE 195th Street | Bothell, WA 98011

Call 425-312-7772
Monday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm - 4:00pm
  • Exotic Animal Medicine
  • Bird Veterinarian
  • Reptile Veterinarian
  • Rabbit Veterinarian
  • 24 hour Emergency
  • 24-Hour Vet
  • Animal Boarding
  • Animal Flea Control
  • Animal Grooming
  • Animal Microchipping
  • Bird Vet
  • Declawing
  • Emergency Veterinary Clinic
  • Exotic Animal Vet
  • Large Animal Vet
  • Reptile Vet
  • Small Animal Vet
  • Spaying/Neutering
  • Veterinarians
  • Veterinary Dentistry
  • Veterinary Euthanasia
  • Veterinary House Calls
  • Veterinary Medical Specialties
  • Veterinary Surgery
  • Veterinary Vaccinations
  • New Pet Initial Visit
  • Physical Exam
Description

The Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine is an exclusive bird and exotic animal veterinary hospital with the expertise to confidently and competently care for all species of non-traditional pets located near Seattle, WA. Our doctors are specially trained in bird and exotic animal medicine.

The Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine (C.B.E.A.M) cares exclusively for birds, guinea pigs, ferrets, rabbits, chinchillas, hedgehogs, smaller rodents (rats, gerbils, hamsters, mice, degus), reptiles, amphibians, fish, exotic cats, goats, pigs, and less commonly seen exotic species, including wallabies, kinkajous, fennec foxes, opossums and venomous reptiles. Simply put, we treat all animals except for dogs, domestic cats, horses and cows.

Everything at our state-of-the-art, 7000 square foot facility was designed with the special needs of birds and exotic pets in mind.

We are open for appointments 7 days a week and are available for emergencies 24 hours a day.

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 Dr. Alicia McLaughlin
Dr. Alicia McLaughlin

Dr. Alicia McLaughlin received her DVM degree from Oklahoma State University in 2011. She completed a veterinary internship in exotic animal medicine at the Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine, and is now an associate veterinarian at our practice. Dr. McLaughlin has been heavily involved in veterinary research and leadership throughout her career. She has received multiple awards recognizing her dedication to excellence in this field, including the O.S.U Exotic Animal Medicine Outstanding Veterinary Student and the Oxbow Animal Health Veterinary Medicine Academic Scholarship.

Dr. McLaughlin is a member of the Association of Avian Veterinarians, the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians, the Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians, and the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior. She has a special interest in animal behavioral modification using positive reinforcement training. Her career goal is to become a board certified specialist in avian medicine, providing exceptional quality medical services and compassionate patient care.

In her spare time, Dr. McLaughlin enjoys relaxing with her husband in the great outdoors and providing environmental enrichment for her pets. She currently owns 1 dog, 2 white bellied caiques, 5 leopard geckos, 1 gargoyle gecko, 2 ball pythons, and multiple freshwater fish.

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Dr. Scott Medlin
Dr. Scott Medlin

Dr. Medlin is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine's class of 2009. Following graduation he completed an internship in exotic animal medicine at Stahl Exotic Animal Veterinary Services in Fairfax, Virginia. Dr. Medlin was then accepted to, and subsequently completed, the Avian Medicine and Surgery Residency at the same clinic in June of 2012. Currently he is preparing data for publication in the hopes of sitting for boards in the fall of 2014.
Dr. Medlin has a wide variety of interests ranging across species. Among those interests is a fondness for wildlife, whether it be simply watching it in nature, or working with them in clinical practice, or in research. He had the good fortune to be able to take part in a couple of veterinary research projects involving wild sloth of Costa Rica where individuals were sedated for blood collection, and analyzed for titers of a dozen different viruses. Projects like these which focus on protecting our wildlife resources are of special interest to Dr. Medlin.
He is a current member of the Association of Avian Veterinarians, the Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians, and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

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