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Eastlake Veterinary Hospital

Eastlake Veterinary Hospital Eastlake Veterinary Hospital was established in 1985 with a goal of developing lasting relationships by providing high quality, compassionate care for our patients, and their people.

Eastlake Veterinary Hospital was established in 1985 by Dr. Carl Anderson, a longtime resident of Seattle and the Eastlake neighborhood. After practicing six years in a large multiple facility veterinary practice, the idea of a smaller more intimate neighborhood clinic was very appealing. Over the years, the practice and the neighborhood has grown and changed but the goal remains the same — to pro

Eastlake Veterinary Hospital was established in 1985 by Dr. Carl Anderson, a longtime resident of Seattle and the Eastlake neighborhood. After practicing six years in a large multiple facility veterinary practice, the idea of a smaller more intimate neighborhood clinic was very appealing. Over the years, the practice and the neighborhood has grown and changed but the goal remains the same — to pro

Operating as usual

Just a friendly reminder that we are still doing CURBSIDE APPOINTMENTS ONLY and we do still *require masks* when interac...
02/09/2022

Just a friendly reminder that we are still doing CURBSIDE APPOINTMENTS ONLY and we do still *require masks* when interacting with our staff members (even in the parking lot).

We are sad about it too but please bare with us as our team navigates these challenging times, while keeping our community safe.

STARTING TODAY! We are moving back to curbside service in an effort to protect our clients, staff, pets and community fr...
01/05/2022

STARTING TODAY! We are moving back to curbside service in an effort to protect our clients, staff, pets and community from the rising number of Omicron cases.

Please be patient with us and thank you for understanding as we continue to navigate this unpredictable world.

Sharing a few holiday #PetSafety tips from Santa and Miso:🌲 Keep pets away from toxic plants such as holly, poinsettias ...
12/23/2021

Sharing a few holiday #PetSafety tips from Santa and Miso:

🌲 Keep pets away from toxic plants such as holly, poinsettias and mistletoe!

❄️ Check your pet's paws for salt when the walkways are icey! Salt can be harmful to pets so you'll want to wipe their paws when coming inside.

🍫 Be sure chocolate and other toxic foods are out of reach from your pets!

Thank you to everyone who brought their pets out to meet Santa over the weekend! It was a blast sharing the holiday spir...
12/20/2021

Thank you to everyone who brought their pets out to meet Santa over the weekend! It was a blast sharing the holiday spirit with everyone!

Your pet's photos are available to be viewed and downloaded via this link:
>>> https://bit.ly/3yNS4I7

Santa Claus is coming to Eastlake Vet!🎅 🎅 🎅One of our Vet Assistants will be dressed in Santa gear and ready to pose wit...
12/01/2021

Santa Claus is coming to Eastlake Vet!

🎅 🎅 🎅

One of our Vet Assistants will be dressed in Santa gear and ready to pose with your pets! Photos are FREE, but only for active clients and you must sign up for a time slot online.

Limited space is available so sign up fast!

SIGN UP HERE:
>>> https://eastlakevetpets.as.me/schedule.php

ICYMI: Boo was our big winner in the Halloween costume contest! Congrats Boo!To avoid missing more adorable updates from...
11/05/2021

ICYMI: Boo was our big winner in the Halloween costume contest! Congrats Boo!

To avoid missing more adorable updates from our #EastlakeVetPets, follow us on Instagram @EastlakeVetPets

LAST CALL FOR OUR HALLOWEEN CONTEST!Email us a photo or tag us on Instagram with a picture of your #EastlakeVetPet dress...
10/29/2021

LAST CALL FOR OUR HALLOWEEN CONTEST!

Email us a photo or tag us on Instagram with a picture of your #EastlakeVetPet dressed and ready for Halloween. Our team will randomly pick one animal to win 6 months of flea/tick prevention!
*winner must be up-to-date with their annual exam

Winner will be announced on Halloween day!

Happy #NationalCatDay from one of our newest clients, Truffle! To celebrate, Truffle is here to share a few of her favor...
10/29/2021

Happy #NationalCatDay from one of our newest clients, Truffle! To celebrate, Truffle is here to share a few of her favorite fun facts about felines:

🐱 Cats use their long tails to balance themselves when they’re jumping or walking along narrow ledges.

🐱 Cats mark you as their territory when they rub their faces and bodies against you, as they have scent glands in those areas.

🐱 Cats dream, just like people do.

🐱 Each cat’s nose print is unique, much like human fingerprints.

I think we all can agree, cats are pretty amazing. Happy National Cat Day to all of our #EastlakeVetPets!

We are celebrating #NationalVetTechWeek by introducing you to our hard working staff members!Today, Meet Erika! Erika ha...
10/20/2021

We are celebrating #NationalVetTechWeek by introducing you to our hard working staff members!

Today, Meet Erika! Erika has been working with EVH since Aug 2020 and has been in the veterinary field for nearly 7 years. E. loves working with kittens and puppies of all ages, and has fostered a few kittens of their own!

Erika's favorite part of being a veterinary technician is working with cats every single day.

It's "National Vet Tech Week" and Eastlake Vet couldn't run without all of our dedicated staff - so we'd like to introdu...
10/18/2021

It's "National Vet Tech Week" and Eastlake Vet couldn't run without all of our dedicated staff - so we'd like to introduce you to some of our techs.

First up is Amy! Amy grew up on a small hobby farm with dogs, cats, horses, birds, and other small animals in a small PNW town, near Steven’s Pass. She has worked with a wide variety of animals, specializing in dog training and boarding/daycare. She discovered her love of birds and wildlife after spending a year working at the Alaska Raptor Center in Sitka, where she was trained to rescue and handle birds of prey. In her free time, she loves to go hiking, birding, play video games, read, and spend time with her animals — a cat, June Bug and two dogs, Zoey and Haru.

Amy says her favorite thing about being a Vet Tech is "definitely the animals! Knowing that I'm helping them, and helping by being their voice makes every day worth it!"

What a difference one month makes! We love watching pups like Nellie grow up
10/13/2021

What a difference one month makes! We love watching pups like Nellie grow up

Barney here to tell everyone that Eastlake Vet is hosting a COSTUME CONTEST!Between now and Friday, October 29, share a ...
10/12/2021

Barney here to tell everyone that Eastlake Vet is hosting a COSTUME CONTEST!

Between now and Friday, October 29, share a photo of your pet's best costume using the #EastlakeVetPets hashtag or stop by the clinic in person!

Our staff will randomly pick one lucky winner for a free 6-month supply of flea and tick prevention!

*Must be a current client to win.

🦴🎃👻🍁🏚️

Another fall has arrived with a COVID backdrop. We remain thankful for your continued understanding and patience with us...
09/29/2021

Another fall has arrived with a COVID backdrop. We remain thankful for your continued understanding and patience with us, as we try to balance caring for our patients and keeping our staff and clients safe and healthy.

Much of the veterinary industry is currently challenged with more patients, increased visits, and staffing shortages. If you've experienced a wait on the phone or in scheduling an appointment, this is likely the reason. But we remain committed to your pet's health and well-being, and to supporting your precious relationship with your best pet friend.

To learn more about how we are keeping pets safe this season, check out our fall newsletter:
>>> https://bit.ly/3mez9AB

#DidYouKnow: September is National Pet Insurance Month!Pet Insurance is always recommended for our furry friends. Depend...
09/03/2021

#DidYouKnow: September is National Pet Insurance Month!

Pet Insurance is always recommended for our furry friends. Depending on your coverage, it can help cover annual costs and those scary emergency visits that my pop up unexpectedly!

There are many pet insurance companies to choose from, all offering different coverage options. We highly suggest doing some research and getting quotes at different companies, so you can pick the plan that works best for you.

HAPPY #NATIONALDOGDAY 🎉This day is meant to celebrate all kinds of dogs, whether they're purebred American Kennel Club t...
08/26/2021

HAPPY #NATIONALDOGDAY 🎉

This day is meant to celebrate all kinds of dogs, whether they're purebred American Kennel Club types, family mutts or foster dogs -- they all deserve to be celebrated today and every day!

#DidYouKnow: Periodontal disease (gum disease) in dogs can contribute to heart, liver, and kidney disease.This is the pr...
08/24/2021

#DidYouKnow: Periodontal disease (gum disease) in dogs can contribute to heart, liver, and kidney disease.

This is the primary reason, along with issues of discomfort, that we may recommend dental procedures for your pet.

Currently, our dental procedures are booking out by around 8 weeks so give us a call sooner rather than later if you think your pet is due for a dental!

We hope your weekend is as joyful as Kona when he's riding in his wagon!
08/20/2021

We hope your weekend is as joyful as Kona when he's riding in his wagon!

#DidYouKnow: During the pandemic, pet ownership numbers soared to record highs!In the Seattle area alone, an estimated 1...
08/18/2021

#DidYouKnow: During the pandemic, pet ownership numbers soared to record highs!

In the Seattle area alone, an estimated 130,000 homes brought home a new cat and 43,000 brought home a new dog.

While the pet population is still rising, sadly the veterinary population is not. Which means the physical and mental load on every veterinary professional has significantly grown.

We know that emotions can run high when it comes to our furry loved ones, but we ask that you keep empathy and compassion in mind.

Just a little bit of puppy cuteness to help push you through until the weekend
08/05/2021

Just a little bit of puppy cuteness to help push you through until the weekend

Are you as happy as Shyner that it's Friday?
07/30/2021

Are you as happy as Shyner that it's Friday?

Chia wants to tell everyone about the importance of microchipping!Microchipping is a form of permanent identification fo...
07/27/2021

Chia wants to tell everyone about the importance of microchipping!

Microchipping is a form of permanent identification for your pet that cannot be lost or removed. Without ID, 90% of lost pets never return home.

When you have your pet microchipped at Eastlake Vet Hospital, we will automatically register it to your information. Once your pet’s unique number has been registered, it will be good forever!

You can learn more about microchipping on our website:
>>> https://eastlakevethospital.com/veterinary-services-seattle/microchip-pets/

Tasha here with a friendly reminder that while we have reopened to the public, we still require masks inside and are onl...
07/23/2021

Tasha here with a friendly reminder that while we have reopened to the public, we still require masks inside and are only bringing one person into your pet's exam room.

(But don't woof if you forget a mask - we have a box at our front desk!)

Winnie wants to remind everyone that we re-open the clinic to the public next week! We can't wait to see everyone again!
07/10/2021

Winnie wants to remind everyone that we re-open the clinic to the public next week! We can't wait to see everyone again!

We hope Hana's smile brightens your day as much as it did ours
07/08/2021

We hope Hana's smile brightens your day as much as it did ours

Are you as ready to run into July as this guy?We are! Because we have some big news to share -* STARTING ON JULY 12, WE ...
06/30/2021

Are you as ready to run into July as this guy?
We are! Because we have some big news to share -

* STARTING ON JULY 12, WE WILL BE RE-OPENING THE CLINIC TO [vaccinated] CLIENTS *

You can learn more about our new protocols and how we will continue to keep our community and pets safe in our newest newsletter:
>>> https://bit.ly/3641yS0

We can't wait to see you again! Thank you all for your patience during this time of transition.

As temperatures continue to rise, you may need to make small adjustments to keep your pets safe. Pictured is Annabel, re...
06/27/2021

As temperatures continue to rise, you may need to make small adjustments to keep your pets safe. Pictured is Annabel, ready to share her favorite hot weather tips!

☀️ Keep animals inside as much as possible. For walks outside, stick to grass or early morning walks to prevent burning your pet's paws on hot pavement.

☀️ Make sure your animals have constant access to water.

☀️ Know the signs of overheating! Signs of overheating include but are not limited to excessive panting, bright red or unusually colored gums, lethargy, vomiting, dizziness, and excessive drooling.

☀️ For those of you without air conditioning, you can help cool down your pet by placing damp, cool cloths on their ears, paw pads, belly and armpits.

☀️ You can also place a bowl of ice cubes in front of a fan to get cooler air circulating inside!

Address

1536 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA
98102

The 66 and the 70 stop right in front of our building.

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 12pm

Telephone

(206) 328-2675

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Eastlake Veterinary Hospital was established in 1985 by Dr. Carl Anderson, a longtime resident of Seattle and the Eastlake neighborhood. After practicing six years in a large multiple facility veterinary practice, the idea of a smaller more intimate neighborhood clinic was very appealing. Over the years the practice and the neighborhood has grown and changed, but the goal remains the same — to provide high quality personalized care for our client’s dogs and cats.

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Just a friendly reminder that we are still doing CURBSIDE APPOINTMENTS ONLY and we do still *require masks* when interacting with our staff members (even in the parking lot). We are sad about it too but please bare with us as our team navigates these challenging times, while keeping our community safe.
STARTING TODAY! We are moving back to curbside service in an effort to protect our clients, staff, pets and community from the rising number of Omicron cases. Please be patient with us and thank you for understanding as we continue to navigate this unpredictable world.
Sharing a few holiday #PetSafety tips from Santa and Miso: 🌲 Keep pets away from toxic plants such as holly, poinsettias and mistletoe! ❄️ Check your pet's paws for salt when the walkways are icey! Salt can be harmful to pets so you'll want to wipe their paws when coming inside. 🍫 Be sure chocolate and other toxic foods are out of reach from your pets!
Thank you to everyone who brought their pets out to meet Santa over the weekend! It was a blast sharing the holiday spirit with everyone! Your pet's photos are available to be viewed and downloaded via this link: >>> https://bit.ly/3yNS4I7
Santa Claus is coming to Eastlake Vet! 🎅 🎅 🎅 One of our Vet Assistants will be dressed in Santa gear and ready to pose with your pets! Photos are FREE, but only for active clients and you must sign up for a time slot online. Limited space is available so sign up fast! SIGN UP HERE: >>> https://eastlakevetpets.as.me/schedule.php
ICYMI: Boo was our big winner in the Halloween costume contest! Congrats Boo! To avoid missing more adorable updates from our #EastlakeVetPets, follow us on Instagram @EastlakeVetPets
LAST CALL FOR OUR HALLOWEEN CONTEST! Email us a photo or tag us on Instagram with a picture of your #EastlakeVetPet dressed and ready for Halloween. Our team will randomly pick one animal to win 6 months of flea/tick prevention! *winner must be up-to-date with their annual exam Winner will be announced on Halloween day!
Happy #NationalCatDay from one of our newest clients, Truffle! To celebrate, Truffle is here to share a few of her favorite fun facts about felines: 🐱 Cats use their long tails to balance themselves when they’re jumping or walking along narrow ledges. 🐱 Cats mark you as their territory when they rub their faces and bodies against you, as they have scent glands in those areas. 🐱 Cats dream, just like people do. 🐱 Each cat’s nose print is unique, much like human fingerprints. I think we all can agree, cats are pretty amazing. Happy National Cat Day to all of our #EastlakeVetPets!
We are celebrating #NationalVetTechWeek by introducing you to our hard working staff members! Today, Meet Erika! Erika has been working with EVH since Aug 2020 and has been in the veterinary field for nearly 7 years. E. loves working with kittens and puppies of all ages, and has fostered a few kittens of their own! Erika's favorite part of being a veterinary technician is working with cats every single day.
It's "National Vet Tech Week" and Eastlake Vet couldn't run without all of our dedicated staff - so we'd like to introduce you to some of our techs. First up is Amy! Amy grew up on a small hobby farm with dogs, cats, horses, birds, and other small animals in a small PNW town, near Steven’s Pass. She has worked with a wide variety of animals, specializing in dog training and boarding/daycare. She discovered her love of birds and wildlife after spending a year working at the Alaska Raptor Center in Sitka, where she was trained to rescue and handle birds of prey. In her free time, she loves to go hiking, birding, play video games, read, and spend time with her animals — a cat, June Bug and two dogs, Zoey and Haru. Amy says her favorite thing about being a Vet Tech is "definitely the animals! Knowing that I'm helping them, and helping by being their voice makes every day worth it!"
What a difference one month makes! We love watching pups like Nellie grow up