At Normandy Animal Hospital we strive to provide comprehensive veterinary services while providing exceptional customer service. Below are details on each of the services our hospital offers.
Wellness Exams

We recommend yearly wellness exams for our furry friends of all ages. During a wellness exam, we will do a physical examination, parasite screenings, and updating all necessary vaccines.

Digital Radiography

Using our digital x-ray technology, Normandy Animal Hospital is able to provide our patients with accurate and speedy diagnosis and treatment for a variety of medical issues.

With the advances in digital X-ray technology, we can now manipulate the digital images that we take off a pet’s systems. This has allowed us to detect hairline fractures and orthopedic conditions that were previously not visible. Because the X-rays are digital, we can also almost immediately share the images with specialists who consult with us on difficult cases. We routinely share X-rays with our board-certified surgeon and we are able to burn CDs of the images for our clients to take as part of their own records on their pets’ health.

Digital X-rays are routinely used to diagnose and examine broken bones, obstructions, arthritis, masses, and tumors. We use digital X-rays to also confirm pregnancies or detect ingested objects.


Ultrasonography, or ultrasound, is a diagnostic imaging technique similar to radiography (X-rays) and is usually used in conjunction with radiography and other diagnostic measures. It allows visualization of the deep structures of the body.

Normandy Animal Hospital uses ultrasound for a variety of purposes including examination of the heart, kidneys, liver, gallbladder, bladder, etc. It can also be used to determine pregnancy and to monitor an ongoing pregnancy. Ultrasound can detect fluid, cysts, tumors or abscesses.

Dental Care
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs show symptoms of oral disease. Exceptionally bad breath, brownish plaque at the base of the teeth, excessive drooling, sore or bleeding gums when eating or chewing, and decreased appetite can all be signs that a pet’s teeth require attention. Maintaining strong dental health and a regular cleaning program not only assures that your pet’s mouth and teeth will remain in excellent condition, but will also help to prevent infections that can spread through the bloodstream to affect major organs such as your pet’s liver, kidneys, and heart.

During an annual wellness exam, we will check dental health including gums, teeth, and mouth. We can recommend products, provide instruction for at-home dental care, and perform dental cleaning and surgeries.

Many of the diseases that can affect dogs and cats are preventable through proper pet vaccinations. The Normandy Animal Hospital team can guide you through your pet’s vaccination schedule to keep them protected.

Recommended vaccinations for dogs: Bordetella, Leptospirosis, Lyme, Distemper, Rabies, Canine Influenza

Recommended vaccinations for cats: FeLV, FVRCP, Rabies

Parasite Control
Parasites can affect both dogs and cats. Parasite control is an important way to safeguard not only your pet’s health but also that of you and your family. Thankfully, fleas, ticks, heartworm, and other parasites can all be prevented with routine care.
In-House Pharmacy
Make sure your pet always has the things they need to live a happy and healthy life. Our in-house pharmacy at Normandy Animal Hospital is stocked full of the products you need.
Normandy Animal Hospital can process a wide array of diagnostic laboratory tests with our in-house laboratory. This allows us to provide timely and accurate lab results.

At Normandy Animal Hospital, we can perform almost any surgery your cat or your dog could need. This includes routine surgeries such as spays and neuters or more complex and major surgeries.

Specialist Referrals

If your pet is in need of specialty care, Normandy Animal Hospital can recommend trusted veterinary specialists.

Prescription Diet

We are here to answer all your questions about your pet’s nutrition. We can make recommendations specific for your pet as well as prescription diets.

Pain Management

Normandy Animal Hospital is your partner to ensure your pet remains healthy and happy. We provide ongoing care including pain management and diagnostics.

It is a scary situation when a pet becomes separated from his or her owner. Owners worry about their pet’s safety, who will find their pet, and how they will be reunited. Pets have been known to slip their collars and I.D. tags can fall off or become unreadable.

Microchipping can offer assurance that animal shelters and veterinarians can identify your pet. One in three pets will be lost in their lifetime, however, online one in ten will be found. A microchip helps ensure that you and your pet can be reunited quickly.

Flea Control

Fleas are small, jumping insects that live off of the blood of animals. They can carry dangerous diseases and will often cause allergic dermatitis “severe itching” in pets. Infestations of fleas can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars to get rid of, and, since flea eggs are able to survive a very long time, it is difficult to completely get rid of them. It is much better to prevent fleas than to have to try to eliminate them.

Health Certificates

If you’re traveling internationally or in need of a health certificate, Normandy Animal Hospital is here to help with all necessary paperwork and providing proper documentation.

Endoscopy uses specialized cameras to evaluate areas within your pet’s body in a minimally invasive manner. Endoscopy is often performed for diagnostic purposes allowing visualization and sampling of abnormalities.

We treat your pets as family.

Normandy Animal Hospital services the Normandy Park and Burien areas, along with Des Moines, Federal Way, Tukwila, West Seattle, Renton, Seattle, and other nearby areas.

Dr. Lindsay Wiser, DVM

Principal Doctor

Dr. Lindsay Wiser was raised with a love of animals that all began with her own childhood pets - a yellow lab and a black cat. She discovered her love of veterinary medicine as a kennel person at the Oregon Humane Society and began her pursuit to become a veterinarian in college. She received a BS in Physiology from the University of Washington and went on to attend Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She received advanced training by completing a rotating internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle and has been practicing in the Seattle area for the past 10 years as an associate veterinarian and more recently as a relief veterinarian. Dr.Wiser has worked extensively with Dr. Serratore and the Normandy Animal Hospital staff over the past few years helping Dr. Serratore work towards retirement. She recently accepted the full time role of Principal Doctor at Normandy Animal Hospital and is excited to continue providing excellent and loving care to all of our patients and clients! In her free time, Dr. Wiser enjoys spending time outdoors, doing DIY projects and spending time with her husband and three young daughters.

Dr. Xuân Mai Võ, DVM

Relief Doctor

Dr. Vo grew up in Switzerland and the Boston area and decided to pursue a career in veterinary medicine when she realized she preferred to treat horse wounds rather than actually prepare for her riding lessons. She is a graduate of the Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and has earned additional professional certifications in veterinary acupuncture and pain management. Throughout her career, Dr. Vo has worked in private practice, shelter medicine, and academia. She maintains a deep commitment to improving the quality of life of animals and supporting the bond between animals and their families. When she's not working she can be found in the mountains: riding her bike, building single track trails, sawing for the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, backcountry skiing, and teaching avalanche safety...or, at home snuggling her black cat.

Beth Weiner, LVT

Practice Manager

Beth has been an animal lover for as long as she can remember and even turned her laundry room into her own veterinary clinic as a young child to treat her family pets and stuffed animals. Her parents even gave her a pygmy goat named Necessary growing up and together they won many Grand Champion 4-H ribbons at the King County Fair. She began her veterinary career at Normandy Animal Hospital in 2001 during her senior year of high school. She is a graduate of Pierce College’s Veterinary Technology program and earned her veterinary technician license in 2003. She continued working full time at Normandy while earning her AA and working towards a BA in Business Administration from Central Washington University. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is when young pets come in, watching them grow and caring for them into their senior years. On her days off she enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, playing soccer, all things Seattle sports, and fostering old dogs, cats and any animal that needs care.

Whitney Davis

Veterinary Assistant

Whitney’s love for animals began when she was young. She always had a house full of animals growing up and a big sister who made a veterinary clinic in their laundry room, yes, her big sister is Beth! These years of watching her sister, made her want to help animals and give them the lives they deserve. She began her veterinary career in 2010 here at Normandy Animal Hospital and is currently enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program at Penn Foster. She loves the challenge of working with patients who can not speak for themselves and working with the veterinarian to find out what is ailing them. In her free time, she can be found camping, fishing, jeeping and exploring in nature with her husband, 2 labs, 2 cats, and bunny rabbit.

Silvana Medina

Veterinary Assistant

Silvana has always taken in little birds, kittens, pregnant cats and puppies that needed a warm place to stay. Being Peruvian, she traveled to Peru as a child and always wanted to be able to do more for the strays she came across. She started her veterinary career here at Normandy Animal Hospital during her externship for PIMA’s veterinary assistant program in 2018 and is now enrolled in Penn Foster’s Veterinary Technology program. She speaks Spanish fluently, enabling her to discover a love for helping our Latino clients care for their pets. On Sunday mornings you can usually find her sleeping in or eating a really yummy breakfast with her chihuahua Tucker and other 2 dogs, one cat and leopard gecko.

Emely Delfin-Rodriguez

Veterinary Assistant

Emely has always had a special place in her heart for animals. She grew up on a little farm, and was always the cousin who would help her grandma feed the cows, goats, chickens, and pigs or pick the fleas off the dogs and cats that arrived. Her veterinary career started at Normandy Animal Hospital in 2016. She worked mostly during summer breaks while attending Washington State University and earned her BS in Animal Sciences in December 2020. Her goal is to be accepted to vet school at Washington State University! When Emely is not with patients at the clinic, she loves painting her nails (she has at least 100 different color choices!) and crafting with her two pom-chi pups. She also loves to sing!

Liliana Sanchez


Growing up, Lily’s love for animals was inspired by her father who always brought home animals off the streets that needed a home. She learned that animals can be the most loving, caring and forgiving creatures. Lily wanted to make a difference and lend a helping paw. She started in veterinary medicine in 2018 and joined us at Normandy Animal Hospital in 2020. She is currently enrolled in the Veterinary Assistant program at Penn Foster. On her days off, Lily can be found cuddling on the couch with her cat, Bonita, or being outdoors camping and hiking. She can even be found drawing... Her hidden talent!


Phone: (206) 248-3345
(206) 248-2113
Email: normandyvet@hotmail.com


Mon-Fri: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sat: Varies - Please Call
Sunday: Closed


17654 1st Avenue South
Burien, WA 98148
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