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Queen Anne Animal Clinic


Nestled in our exceptional facility at the top of Queen Anne Hill, we provide a complete list of veterinary services with compassion, quality, and personal attention.

The experienced veterinarians and technicians who lead Queen Anne Animal Clinic include:

We provide a wide spectrum of services across all our locations, which are available to any of our patients. Services commonly administered at Queen Anne Animal Clinic include:

  • Anesthesia
  • Wellness and Preventive Exams
  • Labwork
  • Pain Management
  • Radiology
  • Minor Surgery
  • Ultrasounds
  • Vaccines



Pet owners appreciate this newly remodeled facility, which – like all our facilities – offers the latest technologies in veterinary care.

New to Queen Anne Animal Clinic?

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.

Learn more about what to expect »


  • Queen Anne Animal Clinic Pet of the Month

    Thomas Jefferson – March 2014


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    Breed: Maine Coon
    Species: Cat
    Age: 5 months

    Here is what “Mr. March’s” humans shared about him:

    Favorite toy: “Mot” the white stuffed bear. Thomas carries Mot around the house.

    Favorite activity: Playing with Mot, playing fetch, sitting on laps, looking out the window at the birds

    Favorite treat: He loves to eat anything on your plate… We get out a small people plate and try to trick him into eating his food while we eat ours.

    Favorite spot in your home: Anywhere his boys are, dad’s lap, mom’s lap, in the window, the top bunk bed (he uses the stairs to get up all by himself).

    Thomas was born at Fox Hollow Farm in Issaquah. He was the runt of the litter. Thomas followed my sons, Lukas and Harrison, around the farm at a tiny 8 weeks old. We took him home to join our family. We are in love with this cat who seems to think he’s a dog. He fetches, comes when you call, and purrs so loudly you can hear it from the next room. Thomas likes to be carried around the house, except when he doesn’t want to be carried around… He’ll let you know.

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