Angel Fund Donations
There is no greater gift you can give then essential medical care and surgeries to pets in need. Due to your generosity, we started our own Angel Fund program. Our goal is to be able to quickly provide medical care for deserving pet owners unable to completely pay for the critical care needs of their pets that are suffering from serious illness or acute injury. The Angel Fund helps make that possible.
We welcome any and all donations. Due to the modest size of our Angel Fund program it is not established as a tax exempt charitable organization. The accounting and record keeping expenses for this size of fund would not be efficient use of donations intended to help needy pets.
If you would like to make a donation:
Checks can be made out to:
Elliott Bay Animal Hospital and please specify that it is a donation to the Angel Fund.
And mail to:
Elliott Bay Animal Hospital
2042 15th Avenue West
Seattle, Washington 98119
You may also call and make a donation over the phone, or stop on in!
Elliott Bay Animal Hospital continues to accept medical supplies and food donations for the Doney Memorial Clinic.
Below is a list of items that Doney is currently accepting and can ALWAYS use and go through quite quickly:
– Ear, eye and skin lotions, creams and drops with antibacterial, antifungal or antimicrobial components
– ALL antibiotics. Doney uses a lot of Clavamox and liquid antibiotics
– Chewable Rimadyl and other pain medications
– Flea and tick medication (Bravecto, Activyl & Frontline)
– Probiotics and joint supplements
– Food and treats – regular: canned and dry
– Prescription food: Royal Canin SO (cat & dog, wet & dry); Hydrolyzed (cat & dog, wet & dry); Limited ingredient (cat & dog, wet & dry)
– Leashes and toys, new or in good condition; “Gentle Leader” and “Halti” harnesses
– Food & water dishes in good condition
– 18g needles or syringes
ABSOULTELY NO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
No Injectables (unless they are antibiotics, pain or nausea medications)
No expired medications more than a year
Currently 3/6/17 Doney must suspend acceptance of hard, plastic crates as they currently have an abundance and no more room to store them.