Businesses and Organizations We Support

Community Engagement

Volunteer & Externship Programs

Jet City Animal Clinic works in conjunction with Yakima Valley Community College of Veterinary Technology and PIMA Medical Institute’s Veterinary Assistant and Technician programs, and invites externs from these programs to finish out their AAS degrees in Veterinary Technology to become LVTs.  Additionally, we provide volunteer experience for high school and undergraduates looking to explore a career in veterinary medicine.

Green Veterinary Team

It’s easy to be green if you put a bit of thought into it – our team and medical family acknowledges we can play critical roles in preserving the health of our ecosystem from the energy, water and supplies we use, to the products we stock and recommendations we make:

  • electronic medical records provide a nearly “paperless” operation
  • log fire starters are created as holiday giveaways to our clients from shredded documents
  • digital radiographs eliminate the use of the chemicals, silver, electricity and water used to develop traditional x-ray film (AND enhance the quality of our images)
  • motion sensor lights in every part of the practice turn off when not in use
  • recycling is our top priority

Community Outreach

Paying It Forward – Jet City Animal Clinic strives to give back through various outreach activities and playing an active role in community events. Giving back to our community is part of our mission and our responsibility. We stay active by joining industry partners and giving back through a multitude of outlets.

Check out some of the ways we support our community

Industry Partners

City Paws Pet Salon

City Paws Pet Salon was opened on March 3, 2008 by Margaret Anderson, who was inspired by her three shih-tzus, Pebbles, PJ, and Picabo, to leave the corporate world and pursue work she was passionate about. City Paws was owned and operated by Margaret alone for eight years, until Margaret hired on Alexis Vassilaros, a talented groomer with over 10 years experience. Together, the two of them work at City Paws to create a quick-turnaround, cage-free, low-stress grooming experience for your small and medium-sized dog breeds. If you are looking for a gentle dog grooming experience that will leave your pup feeling pampered and relaxed, City Paws is the place for you! Come visit us, conveniently located on Seattle’s Capitol Hill at 345 15th Ave E., to see for yourself.

Pioneer Pet, Feed & Supply

A unique old school neighborhood feed & supply store for the 21st century. Located underground in the heart of historic Pioneer Square in downtown Seattle Washington. A full line pet store with plenty of what you’ll need, right under your nose. You will be in for a treat. Great supporters of the Seattle Animal Shelter!

Visit Pioneer Pet, Feed & Supply Website

The Dog Talk Show with Julie Forbes

Julie Forbes is Seattle’s dog behavior, training and nutrition specialist. Graduate of The University of Vermont, with a degree in Animal Science, and owner of Sensitive Dog; Julie conducts in-home private lessons, behavior and nutrition evaluations, as well as an in-home, two-week, intensive training program called “Higher Education”. In addition to Basic Obedience classes, Julie also teaches a just-for-fun agility class and a “Dog Class for Kids”. “Dog Class for Kids” teaches children, ages 7-12, leadership and communication skills, as they learn about dog care, behavior, training and nutrition.

Visit The Dog Talk Show Website