Below is a list of veterinarians we recommend. In addition to having your vet visit your goats for an annual health check, we highly advise calling your vet immediately if your goat is not eating, is lethargic or if your wethers are straining to urinate. Goats' symptoms of illness or complications are often subtle. Knowing your goats' personalities and regular behaviors and noticing any slight change may very well save their lives! Learn more about when to call your vet.
We highly recommend having a goat first aid kit on hand for use during an emergency.
- Plateau Vet*, Enumclaw, WA – Dr. Pete Sathre – 360-825-1919 (After Hours Emergency: 253-859-5883)
- Barnyard Pet*, Issaquah WA – Dr. Carrie Schneider – 206-784-3810
- Woodinville Vet Hospital, Woodinville, WA – 425-481-1184
- Pilchuck Animal Hospital, Snohomish, WA – 425-568-3113
- Carousel Vet*, Black Diamond WA – 253-217-3210
- Rocky Bay Equine, Gig Harbor WA – Dr. Bo Weeks — 253-858-4529
- Owens Equine, Issaquah, WA – 206-661-6005
- At Home Veterinary Services*, North Bend, WA – Dr. Bob Hogan – 425-222-5665
- Dr. Hank Greenwald*, Preston, WA – 425-222-7555
- Rainier Beach Veterinary Hospital, Seattle, WA – 206-722-3661
- Clover Valley Veterinary Services*, Port Orchard, WA – 360-917-5887
- Dr. Laura Veterinary Services*, Snohomish, WA – 425-293-3424
- Twin Pines Animal Hospital*, Bothell, WA – Dr. Liz Hardy – 425-677-3139
- Cascade West Veterinary Hospital, Centralia, WA – 360-736-33361
* These veterinarians offer farm visits to provide care at your home.