"Deciding the best treatment plan for your pet can be very emotional and confusing. Dr. Hur helps you weigh the options for care in a very compassionate yet realistic manner. I completely trust his recommendations for care."
"Good house call vets are hard to come by. Dr. Hur has always been there to help me keep my English Mastiffs healthy and happy. Without a doubt, the best service from a veterinarian an owner could expect. If you need a mobile vet in Seattle, call these guys!"
"VetPronto's mobile pet vet services are a life saver. I no longer have to take off work to have my pet's health taken care of. Dr. Hur is always on time, very professional and simplifies taking care of my dog. I am never going to wait in a veterinary waiting room again."
Includes Visit + Comprehensive Exam + Unlimited Questions and Answers Including Consultations and Prescriptions
(The service fees below are additional to the house call)
Dr. Brian Hur grew up shadowing his grandfather (who was also a veterinarian) at various small animal hospitals and the Santa Barbara Zoo. These experiences made Dr. Hur realized early on that he wanted to follow in his grandfather's footsteps and dedicate his life to helping the welfare of animals. Dr. Hur received both his undergraduate degree and degree in veterinary medicine from Washington State University and is an active member of the Association of Veterinary Informatics. He has worked in both general practice and emergency medicine, and is dedicated to bringing quality veterinary care to as many clients as possible. Dr. Hur lives in Seattle with his wife Elena, their daughter Maya, cat Teemo and Boston Terrier Playa.
Dr. Snyder obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA and then went on to get her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University. In veterinary school, she was a member of the Behavior Club, the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association and the Feline Club.
Dr. Snyder and her fiancé, Aaron, like to spend time with their dog, Rio, and their three cats, Puck, Toulouse and Mr. Kitty. They enjoy hiking, road trips and art. Dr. Snyder is also a musician. She sings and plays the guitar, ukulele and banjo.
Dr.Tracy Fuelleman graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. After practicing for a year in California she returned to the Pacific Northwest and has practiced in several clinics from Everett to Seattle. Her areas of of interest are clinical pathology and preventative medicine. When not working she enjoys gardening, reading, travel, and cooking.