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Saturday, March 25th    



Wednesday, March 29th

Thursday, March 30th



Wednesday & Thursday | 9 am-12:00 pm  (see Clinic Visits for more information)

Saturday | 12-3:00 pm  | 2nd and 4th of every month   (see Clinic Visits for more information)


1919 3rd Ave, Seattle WA 98101  (in between Virginia and Stewart)

Qualifying Information

Doney Coe Pet Clinic offers no-cost veterinary care to individuals/families in Seattle/King County that are unhoused or those with income that does not exceed twice the 2023 Federal Poverty Limit (see chart below)



Below are examples of what to bring on your first visit to our clinic.

  • Bank statement
  • SSI/SSID documents
  • Subsidized housing documents or letters from housing
  • Paycheck stubs (most recent)
  • EBT
  • Other reasonably accessible proof of income



Persons in Household                   1                      2                3                  4                 5                    6              7

200% Federal Poverty Level     $27,180      $36,620      $46,060      $55,500    $64,840    $74,380     $83,820



  • 3 pets maximum per household and 2 pets maximum per visit
  • Doney Coe requires all pets to be spayed/neutered for continued veterinary care. At the initial visit, we will provide a list of possible options, and encourage you to do additional research.
  • Please be kind to the volunteers and staff.


We are FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE, we do not offer appointments.


Arriving at the clinic

Please stay in line, in the order you have arrived until you have been checked in and guaranteed a spot. Once you have checked in you are free to leave and come back, depending on where you are in the line.  Please let us know if you are stepping away or waiting in your car, and we will give you an estimated time to return.


Clinic Capacity

We never know how early people are going to show up, however, we are regularly at capacity anywhere from 1-3 hours before we open for weekday clinics and 2-4 hours before we open for Saturday clinics.  In the event of an urgent case, it may result in some clients being asked to come back to the next clinic day.



Please bundle up it is cold outside; bring umbrellas, chairs, and blankets for you and your pets.  We have the same challenges as many veterinary clinics, with limited indoor space.  Wait times can be as long as 5+ hours, depending on when you arrive and when you are seen, please plan accordingly.



Unfortunately, we do not have bathrooms available.  Once you have checked in you are free to leave and come back, depending on where you are in the line.  Please let us know if you are stepping away or waiting in your car, and we will give you an estimated time to return.



We do not have parking available, it is either street parking or near by parking garages (one is directly across from us and is open on Wednesdays & Thursdays).


Community safety rules

All animals are required to be on a leash or in a pet carrier. Don’t let pets interact with each other, they may be sick and contagious.  If your animal is sick and possibly contagious, please keep your distance from other animals and announce active symptoms to our check-in team. Caution is advised if your animal shows symptoms of vomiting, diarrhea, and/or is lethargic.


Reactive Dogs

Please let us know if your dog is human and/or dog aggressive so we can take appropriate measures.




Preventative care includes wellness checks, vaccinations, flea treatment, ear treatments, wound care, medication management, and limited diagnostic testing.



When an animal needs surgery, we will put them on a waitlist and schedule it on one of the procedure days.  Surgeries are provided by our volunteer veterinary professionals. Our current waitlist for medically necessary dental procedures is roughly 1-6 months out, depending on the severity. We appreciate your patience.


Urgent / Emergency

We do not offer urgent and emergency services. If your animal needs urgent or emergency care, we will supply a list of local Emergency hospitals to you.


Medication Refills

We require 1 week’s notice for refills, please email us at for your refill.

Refills will not be filled if you come to the clinic and request a refill, we have a tight schedule and devote that time to seeing as many pets as possible.


Food & Supplies


Pet Food Banks

King County

  • Seattle Humane
  • Seattle Animal Shelter
  • Regional Animal Services of King County
  • North Helpline - Bitter Lake Food Bank
  • Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank
  • Ballard Food Bank
  • Byrd Barr Place
  • Fall City Food Pantry
  • Food Bank @ St Mary's
  • Maple Valley Community Center
  • Kent Food Bank & Emergency
  • Preston Food Bank
  • Renewal Food Bank
  • Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank
  • Urban Rest Stop
  • West Seattle Food Bank
  • Hopelink
  • White Center Food Bank
  • Rainier Valley Food Bank
  • North Helpline
  • Enumclaw Kiwanis Food Bank

Pierce County

  • Graham Southhill Food Bank
  • Orting Food Bank
  • Key Penninsula Bischoff Food Bank
  • Edgewood Community Nourish Food Bank
  • Southeast Tacoma Nourish Food Bank
  • Lakes Area Nourish Food Bank
  • Gig Harbor Peninsula Fish Food Bank


Snohomish County

  • Skykomish Harvest Food Bank
  • Sultan Food Bank
  • Volunteers of America, Everett Food Bank

Pawsitive Alliance

On the 4th Saturday of each month, Pawsitive Alliance has a dedicated volunteer team that provides a wide selection of food and supplies.
















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“I will never forget the kindness you did when I was poor and had nothing beyond the love of my cats. Now I’m in a position to start to repay.”

~ Alex