AFFORDABLE ANIMAL EMERGENCY CLINIC
"Emergency Care for Less"
(253) 939-6272 & (253) 939-2238

Pet Emergency? Call us right away!

The Affordable Animal Emergency Clinic in Auburn is a stand-alone pet emergency hospital currently located at 602 Auburn Way North Auburn WA.

We are open every weeknights from 6:00 o'clock at night until 8:00 o'clock in the morning. On weekends we open from Saturday 12:00 noon until Monday 8:00 o'clock in the morning. On Holidays we open 24 hours.

All hospitalized patients are watched and taken care of 24/7 by our dedicated doctor and staff. All transfer cases are carefully treated as per order of their regular veterinarian and watched 24/7. Give us a call even we are considered closed during the day because we are there watching our patients 24/7.

Our team’s goal is simple: create and deliver a treatment plan that best meets your pet’s medical needs and your expectations at an affordable cost. Whether your veterinarian referred your pet to us because of an emergency situation or due to a chronic illness, our skilled clinicians are ready to provide the highest quality of care and attention for your faithful companion.


As important as our medical expertise is, we believe that excellent care combines state-of-the-art veterinary medicine with a focus on care, compassion and respect for your pet and for your family. We treat your pet as we would treat our own pets; we treat you as we would treat a family friend; and we treat your family veterinarian as our partner.

If your pet need an emergency care call us at (253) 939-6272.


AUBURN Veterinarian | AFFORDABLE ANIMAL EMERGENCY CLINIC Phone (253)939-6272 or 253-939-2238

602 Auburn Way North
Auburn, WA 98002

Office Hours

Monday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Tuesday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Wednesday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Thursday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Friday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Saturday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

12:00 pm-11:59 pm

Sunday:

12:00 am-12:00 pm

12:01 pm-11:59 pm

Meet Our Emergency Doctor

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Michael Brown
    DVM

    A Northwest native, Dr. Michael Brown, has 40 years emergency veterinarian experience in treating small animals, birds and exotics. Graduate from Washington State University. At a very young age he has the passion of collecting wild pets from the dessert. He treated them, feed them and releases them when they're ready. Fishing and rock hounding are his peaceful hobby. Spending time with his loving family is always relaxing to him.

  • Dr.
    Hau Yan "Ruby" Donnawy
    DVM

    After growing up in Hong Kong, "Ruby" graduated with a DVM (doctorate of veterinary medicine) from Mississippi State University in 2002. She has been practicing both general practice and veterinary emergency for the last 15 years.

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Open 24 hours on ALL Holidays

Regular Hours

Monday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Tuesday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Wednesday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Thursday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Friday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

6:00 pm-11:59 pm

Saturday:

12:00 am-8:00 am

12:00 pm-11:59 pm

Sunday:

12:00 am-12:00 pm

12:01 pm-11:59 pm