Doney Coe Pet Clinic provides on-site veterinary care to the pets of homeless and qualifying low-income residents of the Seattle area at no cost.
During clinic, our team performs wellness check-ups and administers vaccines. We treat acute medical issues such as ear infections, mite and flea infestation, as well as wound care. Our doctors diagnose illness and educate about potential treatment routes. Included are medication management, diagnostic testing, and some grooming services. In addition, our team provide senior care, and treats chronic illness which includes access to monthly medications and food prescriptions. In case there is a medical need for additional diagnostics or treatment, our veterinary team refers our client to a veterinary clinic we partner with.
In between clinics, our part-time team focuses on helping clients who contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The team ensures that every client who contacts us is either scheduled for an appointment at our next available clinic or provided with a referral to a local animal hospital. We do not offer emergency veterinary care. If your animal is in need of urgent or emergency care, please contact the Seattle Humane Society at …., or call one of the providers on the list provided.
In light of our commitment to ensure a healthy life for every animal, our team educates clients about the benefits of spay & neuter surgery and refers them directly to the Seattle Animal Shelter (SAS) and the Feral Cat Spay and Neuter Project (FCSNP). We also collaborate with Pasado’s mobile clinic for special surgery days during which 15-30 animals are sterilized. Other surgical procedures, such as dental and mass removals, are scheduled either during one of our own specialty surgery clinics or as a referral to one of our partner animal hospitals.
Food & Supplies
Besides medical care, every animal’s wellbeing depends on a healthy diet, force-free collars and leashes, a clean water bowl, a warm coat, and a cozy bed, to name a few. With the support of our terrific partner Pawsitive Alliance, we offer a variety of foods and supplies at our clinic once a month.
We depend on YOU and your donations to provide comprehensive care and improve the lives of animals and humans alike. Check out the direct impact your donation has here. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Clinic days/times: 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month from 12:00 - 3:00 PM.
Covid19 impact: In accordance with public health policies, Doney Coe Pet Clinic has changed to appointments only. We are working hard to reopen our walk-in option. Facial masks are required at all times, whether outside or inside. Please respect the social distancing rules.
Contact: Please email email@example.com to request an appointment.
Location: Seasonal out/indoor clinic, accessible by bus. The clinic location will be announced by email once the appointment is confirmed.
All animals are required to be on a leash or in a pet carrier.
Financial hardship, proof of income less than twice the Federal Poverty Limit (FPL), EBT or WA State Services card, SSI correspondence, or other reasonably accessible documents to qualify for services.