How BetterVet Care Works in Seattle
Seattle Mobile Vet Coverage Map
We provide mobile veterinary services in the Seattle area, including:
In-Home Vet Services in Seattle
Knowing when to say goodbye to a beloved pet is always a difficult and personal decision. Your BetterVet veterinarian will work closely with you to answer any questions about palliative care and quality of life. When the time comes, we’ll provide a peaceful, compassionate, and pain-free environment for you and your pet to say your final goodbyes.
Our mobile veterinary doctors take an integrated approach to your pet’s well-being. This includes pet nutritional counseling specific to your pet’s age, activity level, and breed. When you have questions and concerns about nutritional issues and pet diets, pet obesity, or weight loss, we are here to help!
We know how exciting it is for pet parents to have a new puppy or kitten in the house and that’s why we’ve created a vet visit just for them! We offer all the essential preventative care plus core vaccines and non-core “lifestyle” vaccines that your puppy or kitten will need during their first year of life.
Vaccinations play a vital part in your pet’s preventative healthcare and long-term wellness. While every pet needs core vaccinations, additional vaccines may depend on your pet’s lifestyle. Your BetterVet mobile veterinarian can explain the options and create a vaccine plan tailored to your pet.
In-home Wellness Exams are key to your furry family member’s health and longevity. An annual wellness visit will always include a comprehensive physical examination and a discussion of your pet’s lifestyle and home environment. Your mobile veterinarian may also recommend additional diagnostic testing and vaccinations.
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Frequently Asked Questions
You may only have three small animals, such as dogs or cats, at your home if your property is less than 20,000 square feet. If you're interested in more unusual pets, you may keep miniature goats and small potbelly pigs.
Washington does not have a statewide rule about pet licensing, but each county or city has its own requirements. For example, King County pet licenses are required for all dogs and cats eight weeks of age or older living in the Regional Animal Services coverage area. A pet license identifies and protects your dog or cat in case they get lost.
Yes. The City of Seattle requires all animals (except cats and pigeons) to be on leash except for designated off-leash areas.