NOW OFFERING LIMITED URGENT CARE APPOINTMENTS FOR NEW AND EXISTING CLIENTS!

We are excited to announce that we are now offering a limited number of Urgent Care appointments on Monday, Thursday, and Friday mornings! Urgent Care appointments are for pets who have non-life-threatening situations but still need to be seen by a doctor as soon as possible, such as vomiting, diarrhea, not eating/drinking, urinary issues, ear/eye issues, minor wounds, etc.These will be “drop off” appointments and may be scheduled by calling us at (206) 523-7187. Urgent Care appointments are available for both established and new clients and require a deposit at the time of booking. Our case load capacity will vary daily, so please call early to best ensure your pet can be seen.

Pet Surgery

The veterinary team at North Seattle Veterinary Clinic is a skilled group of experts, and there’s little we can’t handle. Soft tissue surgeries are all completed in house.

Pet Surgery at North Seattle Veterinary Clinic

Before every procedure, we perform a full physical exam and pre-anesthetic bloodwork to ensure your companion is healthy enough to undergo anesthesia. To maximize their comfort level, we also administer pain medication before the surgery, so your pet awakens with minimal or no discomfort.

Our pain management protocols are specifically designed for your pet, so you can rest assured that their dosage is the perfect amount for them.

Surgeries We Offer

Consult with our veterinarians for additional services

  • Advanced Soft Tissue
  • Spay and neuter
  • Mass removals
  • Cystotomy
  • Laceration repairs
  • Small Mammal Tooth Trims
Pet Owner Tips for Surgical Procedures
  • Make sure your pet does not eat anything after midnight before the day of surgery. Feed them their dinner, but no midnight snacks! However, they may have water up until their appointment.
  • It’s essential that you bring your pet in early on the day of surgery (the exact time will be discussed when the date is set). Even if a surgery is scheduled for the afternoon, we must get all the necessary bloodwork, exams, and preparation finished well ahead of time to stay on schedule.
  • After your pet is released, we’ll discuss at-home care and send you home with instructions and pain medication to help with discomfort.

Our goal is to provide the best possible care and education so that your furry loved ones may enjoy a long happy life with you.

We consider you and your pets family and look forward to meeting you.