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.
Pet’s Name: Baby
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Favorite Toy: Fling-ama-string (Baby recommends it for all cats!)
Favorite Treat: My Little Lion: Lick’n Chicken
Favorite Activity: Crying for attention
Favorite spot in your home: Any sunny window
Interesting Behavior/Special trick: If you pat your chest, he will jump up on you to be petted. Sometimes he does it whether you’re ready or not!
Kelly and Baby’s story:
Our cat came from a woman who rescued him as a kitten from an dog attack. The story is that he ended up with a punctured lung, some minor injuries, and a vertical slice of his ear missing. The missing ear piece is the only obvious sign of his trauma, these days. My sister’s roommate adopted the little kitten and together they named him “Baby” because of his penchant to cry for attention all the time. When my sister’s roommate moved away, he told her “Baby loves you more” and left his cat behind. When my sister and I combined households, I gained a cat.
Unfortunately, the cat also gained my dogs in the process, much to his disappointment. Over the years, Baby has become part of the family. He still growls and hisses and runs from the biggest dog, but less than he used to. He’s much more tolerant of the two Chihuahuas, although they boss him around. He’s not a hunter and seems more amused by our parakeet than interested in eating him. He has a healthy fear of our Conure. He knows to “jump up” into our arms and loves being patted the same way you burp a baby. Baby still lives up to his name and cries for attention all the time, although at 11 years old he’s starting to sleep more and cry less. Every so often, my sister brings him to me and tells me “he loves you more.”