Heart Care Specialists

for your four-legged friends

Heart Care Specialists

for your four-legged friends

Accurate answers
Reliable treatment
ongoing care

Best guesses aren’t good enough

When it comes to treating heart disease, even the best primary care vets are stuck making their best guess.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know exactly what’s going on?
That’s the power of working with a heart specialist.
You can know what’s going on, how to treat it, and be confident that your pet will be on-track to stay healthy.

get the right answers

It’s scary to hear “your pet has a heart condition.” Especially if you aren’t sure what you’re supposed to do to take care of it.
Hi, I’m Dr. Brian Maran.  As Board-Certified Veterinary Cardiologists™, my team works closely with you and your primary care vet to get the right answers, give specialized support and provide ongoing care to treat your pet’s heart for years to come.
Over the last 8 years, we’ve helped over 15,000 patients get the heart care their pet deserves. And we’d love to do the same for you.

Here’s How It Works

Diagnose the Disease

Your primary care vet will bring us into their office.

We’ll do a full physical exam & evaluation to identify and diagnose the disease.

Then we’ll know exactly what we’re dealing with. 

We Develop the Best Treatment Plan

Your vet and our specialist will take you step-by-step through the treatment plan.

Then, you’ll follow the plan at home.

After regular check-ins to run tests, we’ll make adjustments as needed.

Get Back to Living Your Life

With a plan in place and your questions answered, you’ll be able to bring the family back together.

With the best plan in place, you can get back to having fun and living your life.

What’s a Specialist?

Happy Heart Care Families

Here are a few of our beautiful heart care families!

Dr. Maran and Holly were wonderful, helping me to diagnose my dog’s heart condition and giving me important information for future anesthesia procedures.

I can’t thank them enough for their expertise and I am now looking forward to her annual cardiology check ups!

Cori DeZarn-McCoy

The very best in Cardiology Vet Care with Dr Maran and his team. I have watched him skillfully diagnose many patients, as I was associated with a veterinary clinic who called him for mobile cardiology services.

Today, he saw my own dog, and as expected, great service, compassion, informative and thorough. Bedside manner was terrific as always.

Will always trust him with my pets! Almost forgot to mention Holly- who is so efficient and kind!

-Jenn Schubeck

We work hard to give you


Accurate answers

Reliable treatment


clear results

specialized support


ongoing care

We know that your pet is a part of your family.

And your family deserves the best care possible.

Working alongside your primary vet, we’ll diagnose the disease and develop the right plan so your pet receives the best care possible, and the chance to get back to loving life

Frequently asked questions

Where do I take my pet to be treated?

We are a concierge service, meaning – we come to the comfort of your trusted veterinary office!

Do I call to schedule you OR does my vet do that?

Contact your trusted veterinary office. They will coordinate their team and ours to bring us in and get answers!

Do I need to be present during the evaluation?

At this time, all appointments are scheduled as drop-off evaluations. Please stay tuned for updates as COVID protocols and our schedules change.

How much does it cost?

Your trusted veterinary office can provide an appropriate estimate based on the necessary diagnostics and appointment type.

Please contact your trusted veterinary office for more details and their expected diagnostic plan.

Additional diagnostics, such as radiographs or laboratory studies, may be recommended prior to or following the cardiac assessment and this can also lead cost to vary.

Commonly treated diseases
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Cats

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Cats

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy is a primary myocardial disease wherein the heart muscle is damaged. The myocytes (muscle cells) become markedly thickened and replicate in a non-uniform pattern. This causes the ventricle (pumping chamber) to become severely thickened,...

Chronic Valve Disease in Dogs

Chronic Valve Disease in Dogs

Myxomatous Mitral Valve Degeneration (i.e. Chronic Valve Disease or Endocardiosis) is a chronic, degenerative disease of the mitral valve (62% of affected patients have only mitral valve changes). The normally thin and delicate valve leaflets are damaged and the...

Dilated Cardiomyopathy in Dogs

Dilated Cardiomyopathy in Dogs

Dilated Cardiomyopathy is a primary myocardial disease wherein the heart muscle is damaged and becomes very weak.   The left ventricle dilates and has a marked systolic dysfunction (pump dysfunction).   This causes an elevation in left ventricular and left...

Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs

Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs

Left-Sided congestive heart failure occurs when the pressure in the blood vessels in the lungs increases causing fluid to leak from the vessels into the surrounding lung tissue.   Right-Sided congestive heart failure is a similar process where the fluid accumulates...

We provide the love and care to any pet, without exception. Your best friends are in good hands!

Olympic Veterinary Cardiology

PO Box 1959
Snohomish, WA 98291

[email protected]

Phone: 425.409.1545
Fax: 425.740.0169

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