West Seattle Animal Hospital

4700 42nd Avenue SW, Ste 210
Seattle, WA 98116



If you have found a wild animal that you believe is injured, sick or orphaned, please visit this page.   There is helpful information here regarding how to assess wildlife and how/where to transport it if necessary.

We cannot accept wildlife at our location.  We do not have the facilities, specialized training or license necessary to treat wildlife.  Injured, sick or orphaned wildlife must be transported to a licensed rehabilitation facility or a local drop-off location.  Seattle's regional wildlife rehabilitation facility is:

Sarvey Wildlife Care Center, Arlington, WA  (360) 435-6551

Sarvey has a wildlife ambulance which will transport wildlife from local drop-off locations to their Arlington rehabilitation facility.   Please call the drop-off location to make arrangements prior to dropping off the wildlife.   Donations are optional but will help keep the only Washington state wildlife ambulance running.  

Sarvey wildlife drop-off locations:

Renton Veterinary Hospital, Renton, (425) 255-8676

Aerowood Animal Hospital Hospital, Bellevue, (425) 746-6557   No raccoons, coyotes or bats.

Inglemoore Animal Hospital, Kenmore, (425) 488-2000  No adult raccoons

Five Corners Veterinary Hospital,  Burien, (206) 243-2982  No adult raccoons

A Valley Animal Hospital, Auburn (253) 833-6701