COVID-19 Update

Caring for your pets during the COVID-19 pandemic:

In doing our part to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and keep our clients and staff safe, as of January 5th, 2022 we have transitioned back to providing strictly curbside service.  

For all appointments, please call (206) 524-2020 from your vehicle upon arrival.  If you walked, please call from the sidewalk or side porch area.

Please know, we are as committed as ever to caring for your pet and we thank you for your continued patience, support and understanding as we navigate this together.

Welcome Dr. Kellie Wood!

Dr. Kellie Wood graduated from the University of Tennessee with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2021. A Southern California native, she and her husband missed the west coast (the best coast!) and made plans to start a life with their comical mutt Skippy in gorgeous Seattle. Dr. Wood enjoys surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, and ophthalmology. She looks forward to building life-long relationships with her patients and helping owners provide the best life possible for their furry friends! In her free time, she enjoys cooking, baking, hiking, and reading.

COVID-19 Update

During this time of COVID-19 and social distancing we have had to modify the way we see patients.  In order to keep everyone safe, we ask that you not enter the clinic when you arrive.  Instead, please call our front desk from the parking lot and one our team members wearing a mask will get your pet and escort him or her into the clinic for treatment.  We’ll communicate further with you via phone while you wait.  Please know that your pet will be continuing to receive the same high level of care and love from our team that they have always received.  Please give us a call to schedule your pet’s appointment or if you have any further questions about our current protocol.   Also, for a limited time, we have a small number of cloth reusable masks if you’d like one.  Just let us know you’d like to pick one up.  Follow us on our website and Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more updates.  Stay healthy. Love your pets.  And keep washing your hands!