Carkeek Park Veterinary Hospital

9756 Holman Road NW
Seattle, WA 98117

(206)789-8505

carkeekparkvh.com

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Dr. Nancy Bauer opened Carkeek Park Veterinary Hospital in 1985 in order to care for north Seattle's companion animals. She continues to practice veterinary medicine and manage the practice, making continual improvements to this day.

Carkeek Park Veterinary Hospital offers preventive care, dental hygiene, internal medicine, surgery and more for dogs and cats.

We've created a calm environment so you and your pet can relax while waiting to see your veterinarian. Our goal is to provide a low-stress experience for your pet when in our care.


Carkeek Park Veterinary Hospital welcomes
Dr. Erin West

Dr. Jessica Green

Dr. West originally hails from St. Louis, Missouri and moved to Washington after graduation from veterinary school.  She loves working with dogs, cats, and exotics, with special interests in client education and life-long preventative care.

Outside of work, Erin is an avid reader and world traveler.  She also enjoys crafting, baking, and exploring our beautiful part of the world.  Her home is run by her doberman puppy Freya, two sassy cats, a spoiled rotten rabbit, and an unimpressed leopard gecko.


Veterinary Care Charitable Fund

AVMF DonationsThrough the AVMF, people who wish may make a donation for the care of animals whose owners are facing difficult times. When clients make a donation to AVMF, the funds are available to us to use for the care of someone's pet at a time when someone could use a bit of help. The donations made by CPVH clients are available to help other neighborhood clients who seek help from CPVH.

This is totally voluntary on the part of the donor. And, it is nice to know that the donation will help pay for care of a needy animal right here in our neighborhood. Donations will not be available for any other use.

Some clients may wish to make a donation in appreciation of the value of their own pet/s in their lives.  

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