Highgate Senior Living, Bellingham
155 East Kellogg Road
Bellingham, WA 98226
360-312-4382

Pet-Friendly Apartments 

Searching for a senior living apartment that will welcome your beloved dog, cat, bird or fish requires attention, diligence and foresight.  At Highgate at Bellingham we understand how important it is to have pet companions by our side. That's why we are pleased to offer pet friendly apartments.

We love pets and want them to feel as welcome in their new home as you will! 

For information on our Pet Policy, please contact us or call 360-312-4382.

Local Services for your pet:

Dog Day Care

The Placid Pet (pet sitting, walking, visiting, and taxi)
Tails-a-wagging
Ruff Day Doggie Daycare, LLC
Lupita's Upscale Puppy (for small dogs only)

Dog Training

Barb Kennedy of Whatcom Dog Rehabilitation
Jeanne Carlson
Tails-a-Wagging

Veterinary Services

Fountain Veterinary Hospital - 360-733-2660
Cat Clinic
Animal Emergency Care
Banfield- The Pet Hospital (located in Petsmart)
Dog Health - Alternative Medicine and Physical Therapy
Mueller Animal Chiropractic
Lap of Luxury (Water Therapy)
Mountain Veterinary Hospital (Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture)

Pet Massage

Cat Paws Massage

Pet Supplies and Pet Wear

Pet Stop in Sehome Village
Sweet Penny Pet Wear
Bow Wow and Woofs

Groomers

City Dogs Grooming
Happy Pooch Styling & Spa
Bailey's Bath House in Bellingham - 360-733-WASH
Plush Pooch - 360-676-0430

Dog Parks/Off-Leash Areas

Arroyo Park: All trails.

Lake Padden Park: The training area marked behind the athletic field restroom facilities in southeastern part of the park in the area bounded by four (4) white posts marked "Dog Exercise Area"; bridle trails in the wooded portion of the Park west of Padden Creek Dam and Ruby Creek entrance inot the Lake; and the trails in the south end of Lake Padden between the golf course power lines and trailhead off Samish Way. Dogs are required to be on a leash when on the around-the-lake trail. A dog water exercise area near the
ballfield area is signed for dog training/exercise. Dogs are restricted to entering Lake Padden only at this area.

Sunset Pond and Bug Lake: All trails plus the water is designated for water exercise and training area.

Whatcom Falls Park: All trails across Whatcom Creek stone bridge north of the creek.

Post Point Treatment Area: The field, trails and the lagoon water designated area adjacent to the treatment facility are open for dog training and exercise. City park regulations apply to this area.

Sehome Hill Arboretum: All secondary trails. Dogs must be on leashes on all paved trails plus the Jersey Street and Arboretum Walkway which are the two trails at the bottom of the Arboretum abutting the University campus.

Little Squalicum Park: All trails, plus the water, are designated for water exercise and training area.

Bloedel Dononvan Park: The Park is designated an off leash park only from November 1 to May 1, from 6am-10am. The beach area is open for a water exercise area during this time (western edge of Lake Whatcom).
Directions: From I-5, take Exit 253/Lakeway Drive. Travel east (toward the mountains) on Lakeway Dr. for two miles until the Y in the road. Take the left fork (Electric Avenue) for about 1 mile. The park is on the right.