Veterinary Care in the greater Seattle Area
Thank you for contacting the One Health Clinic for veterinary telehealth. Since many of the resources that were closed during the pandemic are now re-opened, we are now encouraging people to utilize the best partner that meets their needs.

If you are over age 26, low income and/or experiencing homelessness, we recommend emailing Doney Coe Pet Clinic at info@doneycoe.org. They provide free veterinary care, and their referrals are either free or low cost. They have clinics on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays each month.

If you are age 16-26 and experiencing homelessness, you can come to our One Health Clinics in Belltown. We provide free wellness exams, flea treatment, and dewormer. Our next clinic is July 28th from 1-4pm. https://www.facebook.com/OneHealthClinic

Seattle Veterinary Outreach is a mobile clinic in Seattle that serves low income and people experiencing homelessness. Their clinics are first come first serve, free, and dates are listed on their Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeoplePetsLove/.

If you are not experiencing homelessness, but are low-income, please reach out to Seattle Humane's pet help at pethelp@seattlehumane.org. They also have appointments for wellness exams you can schedule here: https://www.seattlehumane.org/services/veterinary-services/wellness-clinic/. Seattle Humane's services are a free or low cost option depending on your income.

If you are looking for other care or financial support for specific needs, we recommend contacting Rainier Animal Fund at https://rainieranimalfund.org/grants/ or Seattle Humane (pet food, supplies, delivery, etc) at pethelp@seattlehumane.org.


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