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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.

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  • Queen Anne Animal Clinic Pet of the Month

    Queen Anne Animal Clinic Employee Pet of the Month: Odie


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    owned by Melissa, Client Service Representative.
    Breed: Australian Cattle dog mix
    Species: Canine
    Age: 7
    Favorite toy: Kong
    Favorite activity: Rainy day walks at Seward Park
    Favorite treat: A crunchy carrot
    Favorite spot in our home: his couch, his bed, our bed, the other couch, a sunny spot in the yard….this dog loves comfort!
    About Odie: Odie came to us as a two year old dog being rehomed for the fourth time. We were told he was destructive, unfriendly to other dogs, and had serious separation anxiety. We were prepared to deal with these issues, but it was clear early on that what he needed was regular exercise and a dependable routine at home. He rarely displays the wild side we were warned against.
    Over time, Odie’s weight when from over, to on target, to severely overweight again. We made feeding adjustments, replaced cookies with carrots, increased his exercise, and weighed him often. Even with our changes, he hit a plateau with his weight and seemed lower and lower in energy. With regular care at the clinic, Dr. Spencer helped us recognize that Odie was hypothyroid. We love that he is back to his healthy, energetic, doggy self, and we feel lucky that he takes his pills like a champ!

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