Team Doney Coe

Wednesdays 8:30am-9am

Marilyn Milano, Show Host

Dear Listener,

In 2017, I signed on to become the President of the Board of Directors for Doney Coe Pet Clinic. It’s a decision that I am grateful for every day.  I was blessed with a wonderful career in the corporate world, and am excited at the prospect of helping Doney Coe Pet Clinic grow so that it can serve even more people and the animals they love.

What is Doney Coe Pet Clinic you may ask?

Since 1986, Doney Coe Pet Clinic has been serving the pets of low income and homeless families in Seattle. Through the hard work of its volunteers and the amazing support of generous donors, Doney Coe Pet Clinic has become a beacon of light across a sometimes troubling landscape.

I am proud, too, to introduce the radio show/podcast named Team Doney Coe – changing the lives of pets and their people. The show/podcast is perfect for listeners who love the animals around them and have deep compassion for the people who might be struggling in their community.

Team Doney Coe – changing the lives of pet and their people offers “tails” of the city, where local veterinarians, animal behaviorist’s, spokespeople from animal welfare organizations and clients who use the services are interviewed by radio personality Marilyn Milano. Please enjoy the heartwarming stories about how animals have helped humans and how humans have taken care of those same animals when they are unable to take care of themselves.

I hope you will be inspired to donate, volunteer, share our story. Please listen and learn how YOU can make a difference.

All my best,


Marti Casey

President, Board of Directors, Doney Coe Pet Clinic


Help from Some of the Best
This episode of Team Doney Coe—Helping Pets and their People—speaks to the importance of the support received from the Washington State College of Veterinary Medicine, definitely recognized as “one of the best”, and Dean Dori Borjesson. We hear a little from president of the board of directors, Marti Casey, and then feature a conversation between radio host Paul Casey and Dean Dori from WSU. The programs at WSU have provided help for Doney Coe via internships and have also helped spread awareness for what Doney Coe has done, and is doing, in the community. Thank you to our WSU partners for impacting our work in such a positive way.
The Best of Doney Coe from 2022
In this episode of Team Doney Coe—Helping Pets and Their People, we have selected segments from interviews that took place during 2022, highlighting such things as the importance of continuity of care, that smart and sensitive care means more and better care, and that triage and emergency care and equipment are important to the ongoing quality of care—the more we serve, the more need we have for equipment and for volunteers with veterinary experience. Thanks to President of the Board of Directors Marti Casey, Dr. Laura and Janna whose work supports Doney Coe, and Dr. Cherri Trusheim whose work also supports Doney Coe. Thank you to all of our donors and volunteers who made amazing things possible in 2022. We look forward to helping more pets and their people in 2023.
Happy Holidays, Safe Holidays
This episode of Team Doney Coe—Helping Pets and Their People—features a conversation with president of the board of directors Marti Casey discussing some of the many ways we can help keep our pets safer during the holidays. We talk about avoiding dangerous foods AND a list of some of those foods (raisins, chocolate for example), how to best keep your pets calm and out of potential danger if you have guests in your home, and a host of other helpful topics. Many troubles occur simply because people are not aware of what dangers lurk in and out of the home and what to do to avoid them. Knowledge is SO important and Marti shares a LOT of information in our conversation. You can also find more details at doneycoe.org –please check it out.