The shelter’s Schuler Family Medical Center is a high-volume teaching hospital. In addition to exams and surgeries for shelter pets, Seattle Humane provides affordable spay & neuter surgery, wellness care, vaccinations and microchips for pets of low-income guardians.
Spay & Neuter Clinic
Our Shelter Medicine & Surgery Team provides high-quality care and low-cost spay & neuter surgeries to income-qualified individuals in King County. The clinic is open by appointment only.
We believe that people and their pets deserve access to veterinary care. Our goal is to provide affordable and accessible wellness care, vaccinations and microchips to members of our community. Stay tuned for more information on how you can book a wellness appointment with our Community Medicine Team soon!
Shelter Medicine is a diverse, exciting and ever-evolving field in veterinary medicine. With a focus on disease prevention, preventative care and internal medicine, our Veterinary Services Team does it all! We treat a variety of medical needs, from neonatal kittens to arthritic senior pets and everything in between. Sometimes our veterinarians only perform an initial assessment, but many cases require ongoing veterinary care with repeated exams. We provide comprehensive medical services and care for all treatable medical conditions, including spay & neuter surgery to prevent unwanted litters, dental surgery, mass removals, eye surgery, amputations, wound repairs and more. At Seattle Humane, providing high quality medical care is a huge point of pride, and something we achieve each day!
If you have adopted a pet from Seattle Humane within the past 30 days and they are in need of medical attention, please contact [email protected] to see if we can provide assistance.
You can help reduce the number of homeless animals in our community by spaying or neutering your pet. We offer low-cost services for qualifying pet families.
At Seattle Humane we believe that people and their pets deserve access to veterinary care. The goal of our Community Medicine program is to provide affordable and accessible wellness care, vaccinations and microchips to members of our community.
If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency during regular business hours, go to a local veterinarian. Here’s a list of local emergency vet clinics.