Outreach Clinics are CANCELLED
King County public health is recommending to limit all meetings or events with over ten people due to coronavirus. Since we serve a vulnerable population, we are being extra prudent by making decisions that protect our clients by following this recommendation.
In hopes of continuing to support our clients, dog and cat food will be delivered to our regular clinic locations (as well as Ballard Food Bank). Please check these locations if you are in need.
If vaccine and medical records are needed, they are still available during this time. Please contact us at for this information.
We are sorry for any hardships this may cause for the
people and pets that rely on our service.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our page and to learn more about our cause! We are a dynamic and innovative group of people who are working to keep homeless people and their companion animals safe, healthy, and together. We support the right of all people, no matter their socio-economic status, to experience the love that exists between people and their pets. We believe that extending a hand of kindness to people in need by providing for their beloved pets will not only benefit them, it will benefit us all. If you agree, join us!
Seattle Veterinary Outreach envisions a Seattle with more equity in health and opportunity for all citizens and their pets. By providing holistic support in the form of complete veterinary services coupled with community outreach, SVO builds resilience in vulnerable populations, empowering them to transform their lives to be healthy together.
Making A Difference
HOMELESS PET OUTREACH
One Pet at a Time
With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Homeless Outreach is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.
One Person at a Time
At Seattle Veterinary Outreach, we are dedicated to building community. Human and animal welfare are both important to us. We have seen how the health and welfare of human and animals are firmly intertwined. By treating these pets, we are protecting not only the homeless, but the community at large.