Our Pet Care Partners

Caring for all of your pet's needs takes more than we could ever provide alone. Here are some local organizations and businesses that we recommend to our patients and their families.

Pet Health and Lifestyle Information

We know a well-informed owner coupled with an expert veterinary care team is key to maintaining the happiness and health of your pet. That’s why we partnered with Vetstreet.com to bring you additional pet health and lifestyle information you can’t find on our website. Vetstreet.com contains a wealth of pet information written by leading veterinarians, journalists, and animal health care experts. Whether you are wondering about why your dog puts his head out of the window while driving, seeking a workout plan for you and your dog, or trying to figure out how to get your cat to take her medicine, VCA and Vetstreet.com are here to help.

Visit: Vetstreet.com


  • The Seattle Humane Society

    The Seattle Humane Society has been operating for over 100 years as a private, nonprofit animal welfare organization. More than 4,000 orphaned animals come through our doors each year, and we are committed to providing them with food, shelter, and medical care until we find them homes of their own.

    Visit The Seattle Humane Society


  • VCA Specialty Center

    24-Hour Emergency, Critical Care and Specialty Hospital

    Visit VCA Specialty Center


  • AAHA

    Established in 1933 by leaders in the veterinary profession, AAHA is the only exclusive companion animal veterinary association. AAHA is well known for its high standards in veterinary clinics and quality pet care and promotes those standards within the veterinary profession and to the public. The A

    Visit AAHA


  • Washington Poison Control Center

    Designed to provide you with informative answers on poisons and poison control.

    Visit Washington Poison Control Center


  • Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC)

    This is a non-profit organization of veterinarians and parasitologists dedicated to protecting your family and your pets from parasites and zoonotic disease.

    Visit Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC)


  • The Seattle Animal Shelter

    The Seattle Animal Shelter performs animal care and control functions for City of Seattle residents. At the Seattle Animal Shelter you can buy a license, look for lost pets, adopt a new pet, or call about animal control related issues.

    Visit The Seattle Animal Shelter

Pet Loss Resources

Losing a pet can be devastating, but you are not alone in your grief. The following online communities and resources can help you begin recovering from your loss.

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