Since we opened the doors of Green Lake Animal Hospital in 1972 we have proudly helped thousands of pets receive the expert attention, treatment, and preventative care they need to lead healthier lives.
The experienced veterinarians and technicians who lead Green Lake Animal Hospital include:
We provide a wide spectrum of services across all our locations, which are available to any of our patients. Services commonly administered at Green Lake Animal Hospital include:
Pet owners appreciate this full-health-service, progressive facility, which offers the latest technologies in veterinary care, including a CO Surgical Laser, and minimally invasive surgery (Laparoscopy).
Welcome! We’re proud to have you as a new client of Seattle Veterinary Associates!
Prior to your first appointment at any of our four locations, please complete a Client Information Sheet (PDF) for each pet. Then, we encourage you to arrive 10 minutes early to your initial visit with the completed form(s), previous vaccine information, and any medical history documentation in-hand.
Meet Green Lake Animal Hospital’s Miracle Mitch!
Here’s what Mitch’s Mom had to say:
Mitch was a stray kitten 4 months old when I adopted him in August, 1994. Later I learned he had been born around the corner and had wandered off. Mitch loves attention from people but he does not like other cats. In his first year he learned to use a tiny upstairs window and a tree to go in and out while I was at work. There were many people going for walks on my street near Greenlake. Mitch would flop down in front of everyone begging to be petted.
After I retired and was outside gardening people would stop and tell me “we just LOVE your cat”. He liked to bring home pine cones from a neighbor’s yard across the street. In the morning I would find a trail of pine cones from their house to mine, in the middle of the street, along the sidewalk, on my porch. Eventually they got a small dog and that stopped the pine cones. But they told me Mitch loved to sit on top of their fence and torment their dog! The little dog barked and barked but Mitch would not move. Now I have moved to a different house, and I had my kitchen remodeled. My good-natured contractor told me that Mitch always laid on his tools right in the middle of everything. He was always curious about what people were doing.
At age 20 Mitch lays around a lot now. A couple of years ago he thought up the notion of nudging my hand when he wants his head massaged. He does that day or night, including times like 3 am. And now he flops on the floor for ME to pet him. He often yowls loudly at me in the morning to get me out of bed to let him outside. Dr. Mortimer says he is in very good shape for his age. He is such a GOOD cat about taking the pills he needs.
I’ve started calling him Miracle Mitch. I’m so lucky to still have him!Meet our other Featured Pets