Welcome to SVA On the Go
Your Premier Mobile Veterinary Service in Seattle, WA
Call us at (206) 475 - 8378

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Who we are:
SVA On the Go is a service of Seattle Veterinary Associates. Seattle Veterinary Associates (SVA) has four brick and mortar facilities:

  • Queen Anne Animal Clinic
  • Green Lake Animal Hospital
  • Northwest Veterinary Hospital
  • Ravenna Animal Hospital

What we do:
Seattle Veterinary Associates has been serving the Seattle area for over 45 years, providing exceptional health care for cats and dogs. We provide extensive services in each of our four facilities, however we have found a growing need to reach out to patients and their people in the comfort of their own homes. SVA On the Go is an extension of our facilities providing mobile veterinary and nursing care. The mobile service was launched in March 2016. This team is comprised of a Licensed Veterinary Technician, an experienced veterinary assistant, and a Licensed Veterinarian.

How we do it:

  • Technician Only Visits: SVA On the Go will come to your home and provide therapeutics and lab sample collection to those who have had a physical exam by an SVA veterinarian within the last twelve months. Our technician services are only available to established SVA clients and their pets. However, we are able to provide light grooming services to pets with proof of current rabies vaccination, not established with our group!
  • Doctor Visits: SVA On the Go will come to your home and provide examination, therapeutics, and lab sample collection to cats and dogs. These services are available to any pets in our service area, whether they've been seen at one of our other clinics or not.

Please visit our FAQ page for answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions!

Why we do it:
Our mission is to help make life better for people and their pets by providing exemplary preventive health care. We know cats and most dogs would prefer to stay in the comfort of their own home, instead of making multiple trips a year to the veterinary office. Our goal is to make it easy and pleasant for your pet to receive regular health care.

We are happy to offer a number of resources that enable you to learn more about how to take better care of your pets. Please feel free to browse our website particularly the informational articles. The highest quality veterinary care includes ongoing nutrition and problem prevention, and education. Becoming knowledgeable about preventative pet care is essential to the ongoing success of your pet’s health. If you have any questions, call (206) 475 - 8378 or email us and we will promptly get back to you within one business day Monday through Friday.

Learn more about our four hospitals and clinics here.

At SVA On the Go, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Mobile Veterinary Services
SVA On the Go | (206) 475 - 8378

Visit our contact page to learn more about our service areas.

SERVICE HOURS

Available by Phone Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM

Monday:

Tuesday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Wednesday:

Thursday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Friday:

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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