My Personal Recommendations for Seattle Area Vets:

  • Cats Only, House-Calls or In-Clinic:

  • City Cat Mobile Vet: http://citycatmobilevet.com

    • Dr. Aimee Castor is my favorite cat vet of all time. I personally credit Dr. Aimee Castor for the longevity of my cat Nikki, who has extremely complicated health. She provides smart, research-based, customized veterinary care. She doesn't give a one-size-fits all solution. She individually analyzes your cat's specific health needs. I especially recommend her if your cat has kidney disease.

  • All Pets, Holistic Care:

  • Sea to Sky Holistic Vet: http://www.seatoskyholisticvet.com

    • Dr. Aja is an excellent holistic vet, trained in both traditional veterinary medicine as well as multiple holistic methods including acupuncture, herbal medicine, therapeutic laser, and hospice care. She is house-call only. She has worked on both my cat, Nikki and my elderly chihuahua regularly. ​

 

  • All Pets, Traditional Clinic Care:

  • Jet City Animal Clinic: http://jetcityanimalclinic.com

    • My favorite traditional vet offering care for both cats and dogs. They have taken excellent care of both of my dogs over the years.

  • All Pets, Traditional Clinic Care, Drop-In Only

  • Urban Animal: http://urbananimalnw.com

    • Urban Animal is a fantastic resource, as they are a drop-in clinic open 7 days a week from 8 am to 8 pm. (Arrive by 7 pm to be seen.) I literally treat them like an urgent care clinic. They have quality, caring vets. If you have a true emergency, go to the emergency room vet, as they will have a triage center, but if you have something urgent but not life-threatening and need same-day care, take your pet here. ​

  • All Pets, Emergency Clinic

  • Blue Pearl, North Seattle https://bluepearlvet.com/our-hospitals/

    • This is my favorite of the Emergency Clinics, but I recommend going to the one closest to you if time is essential. It's best to call ahead of your arrival though, as if they are already super busy, your pet may have a longer wait time. However, like a human ER, they will assess your pet and treat according to urgency of the medical situation. ​