Our Common Purpose: to enhance the health and quality of life of our customers through innovative technology and comprehensive cleaning solutions.

Alpine Specialty Cleaning has six core values:  Community, Passion, Integrity, Responsibility, Respect, and Empowerment.  These core values are at the foundation of everything we do.  They guide us as we fulfill our Common Purpose and our Mission Statement.  That is why we are excited about our newest team member benefit of Paid Volunteer Time and our commitment to four non-profit groups that support our community in diverse and impactful ways.  Each quarter, our Alpine Family will be Empowered to focus our Passion and sense of Responsibility for those in our community by raising funds and volunteering our time.

March 8th to March 28th, 2021, Alpine Specialty Cleaning will donate $1.00 from every job completed to Doney Coe Pet Clinic to provide much-needed veterinary care for those most in need.

If you would like to partner with Alpine in these efforts, please speak with our Team Members either at the time of booking or at the time of service in your home.  We are excited to help enhance the health and quality of life of those in our community.

Here is a bit of information about Doney Coe Pet Clinic…

Doney Coe Pet Clinic is a nonprofit (501c3) organization offering veterinary and wellness care to families experiencing homelessness or low income in Seattle since 1986.

What:

We support the strong relationship between a human and their pet.

  • With on-site veterinary care to the pets of houseless and qualifying low-income residents of the Seattle area at no cost.
    • including vaccinations, wellness checks, ear treatments, flea treatment, wound care, medication management, diagnostic testing, and some grooming services.
  • When there is a need for critical care a referral will be provided to one of the Clinic’s partners offering emergency and critical veterinary care.
  • As advocates for the human and animal bond, we offer educational guidance for behavior modification based on compassion for the animal and fear-free methods.

How:

Doney Coe Pet Clinic is located in the community. It is funded by community members. It is powered by volunteers from the community.

  • All clinic operations are possible because of the dedicated volunteers and donors that devote their time and treasure to the Doney Coe Pet Clinic.
    • The clinics are volunteer-run with veterinarians from independent practices in Seattle contributing their time and resources.
    • The clinic is assembled and taken down every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month by volunteers
    • All funding to provide critical veterinary care is from individuals and local businesses dedicated to the health and safety of all animals.
    • Doney Coe Pet Clinic continues to serve the community through the public health crisis.

 Why:

All animals deserve to live their best life while being healthy and loved. Because all animals matter.

  • Pets of those experiencing the stress of surviving without means can contribute to the human’s well-being.
  • The animals provide the emotional support that can be a reason to stay sober, find shelter and even provide a reason to live.
  • Because every animal deserves to be wanted and loved, Doney Coe Pet Clinic requires animals to be spayed or neutered. The clinic works with clients to obtain this service at no cost through partnerships with Seattle Animal Shelter and Feral Cat Spay Neuter Project. We are actively seeking additional partners to increase the rate of spay and neuter.
  • A 2016 study[1] seeking to determine the health and welfare of dogs owned by people experiencing homelessness, found that the dogs were healthy animals. The pets were less likely to be obese, had fewer behavior issues such as aggression to strangers and separation anxiety when compared to dogs owned by people living in a traditional home.
  • Dogs in particular are very social creatures and are happier when they are able to be with their human rather than alone in a house.

Costs for Wellness Services

Vaccines:

Cat/Kitten vaccine series: $33-$76

Routine boosters (after initial vaccine series): $18-28

Dog/Puppy vaccine series: $26-$54

Routine boosters (after initial vaccine series): $18-32

Cost per vaccine:

$3 rabies     $8 DHPP     $10 lepto

$7 bordetella     $15 FVRCP     $14 FeLV

Flea control for 3 months:

Bravecto topical for dogs (we get a discount): $10 per dose

Bravecto topical for cats (no discount): $36 per dose

Spay/neuter:

$35 for cat spay (FCSNP), $25 for cat neuter (FCSNP)

$100 for dog neuter (NWSNC), $110 for dog spay (NWSNC)

Average dental or mass removal surgery: $700-$1100

Ongoing care for chronic conditions: 

Diabetic cat – $105 every 3 months for insulin and syringes + $60 every 10 weeks for m/d (prescription food) = $720/year, $60/month

Dog with skin allergies $110 every 5 weeks for HP (prescription food) + $41 every 5-6 weeks for

Apoquel rx = $1500/year, $125/month

Small dog w/heart disease – $160 every 3 months for refills of heart meds= $640 per year, $54/month

Large dog w/arthritis – $42 every 6 weeks for pain meds (novox, gabapentin) = $360/year, $30 per month