Client Resources

Below are links to community partners and other helpful resources for pet owners. If you have a link or category you'd like to suggest for this page, please email us. Thank you!


Balanced Bullies Rescue and Rehabilitation: rescues pit bulls from high-kill shelters, tends to their medical and emotional needs, and provides them with a full and balanced living environment while they go through a detailed, results-oriented training and rehabilitation program.

Everett Animal Shelter: a resource for looking for lost pets or adopting another family member.

Greyhound Pets: located just down the road in Woodinville; a great resource for greyhound-specific information and information on adopting racing greyhounds!

Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue: volunteer-based, nonprofit organization dedicated to placing unwanted and abandoned purebred dogs into new homes.


Pet Poison Helpline: 24/7 Animal Poison Control Center; information on medications, foods and plants that are poisonous to your pet.

Animal Poison Control | ASPCA: 24/7 Animal Poison Control Center; resource for animal-poison related emergencies; information to help pet parents recognize and protect their pets from poisonous substances including plants, human foods, human medications and more.

Pet Health Library | AAHA: resource from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA); research information on many aspects of pet ownership and pet health.

QuitDay: QuitDay's resource on smoking and animals: healthy habits for healthy pets. For many, pets are considered to be family members, and it is why special consideration should be given when making choices concerning smoking. Second-hand smoke is dangerous to the nervous systems of cats, dogs and other household pets.


Sparks K9: dog training, socialization, puppy training and dog obedience; specializes in solving tough behavioral, obedience and aggression issues. 


Seattle Veterinary Specialists: PVH's partner in excellent patient health care; specialty medicine teams include board-certified and board-eligible doctors in neurology, surgery, internal medicine, radiology, oncology, clinical pathology, and emergency and critical care. Locations in Kirkland and Capitol Hill.