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.
Our services include vaccinations, wellness checks, ear treatments, flea treatment, wound care, medication management, diagnostic testing and some grooming services.
When there is a need for emergency or critical care a referral will be provided to one of the Clinic’s partners offering emergency and critical veterinary care.
PET FOOD BANK
Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) is working with a number of public and private organizations to provide pet food and supplies to the communities we serve. Thanks to the generous donations of national charities, RASKC is working together to distribute food to various locations (see map).
Mobile pet food banks are also organized throughout the King County area. Doney Coe Pet Clinic encourages families with pets to access these food banks during times of need.
VISITING THE DONEY COE PET CLINIC?
Please bring photo ID with you and proof of income less than twice the Federal Poverty Limit (FPL).
You may show us your EBT or WA State Services card, SSI correspondence, or other reasonably accessible documents to verify that you qualify to receive services.
The Doney Coe Pet Clinic is open 1-4 PM on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month (no clinic on Thanksgiving weekend.)
Our clinic has changed to appointment only. If your pet is in need of veterinary care email us at email@example.com for the next available appointment at one of our upcoming clinics.
All pets are required to be on a leash or in a pet carrier.
GETTING TO THE CLINIC
Once you have your appointment, we will give you the location of where the clinic will be held.
Doney Coe Pet Clinic is accessible by multiple King County Metro bus routes. Please put your destination ("TO") into the Metro Trip Planner. Leashed or crated, well-behaved animals are allowed on all Metro buses.