Veterinary

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Spay/Neuter Clinic

Each year, there are more animals in need of homes than there are homes available to adopt them. Help us ensure more aren’t born into overpopulation by having your pet spayed or neutered at the Sacramento SPCA.

We provide a variety of high-quality, affordable spay/neuter for those looking to have their pet altered. Veterinarians at our clinic perform these lifesaving surgeries seven days a week.

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Vaccination & Microchip Clinics

EFFECTIVE MARCH 20, 2017 – VACCINATION CLINIC MOVED TO ADOPTION BUILDING

To better serve the needs of our clients and their pets, the vaccination clinic is now held in the Gracie’s Adoption Center of the Sacramento SPCA from 11am to 3pm every Monday and Tuesday.  Note: The first Tuesday clinic of each month will be held for seniors (age 65+) only.  If your pet’s vaccine is due the first Tuesday of the month, please attend the Monday clinic of the same week.

No appointment is necessary. Please be aware that wait times can be long and that our clinic is closed on holidays.

Are you 65 yrs and older?
Click here for our Senior vaccine clinic and other programs.

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Feral/Community Cat Program

***All Sunday clinics have been sponsored and spay/neuter will be FREE for all Sacramento County feral/community cats at these clinics through 2017! An appointment is required***

 

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Feral and Community Cat Clinic Sponsorship

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) estimates that there are tens of millions of community cats roaming throughout the country.  Our region is home to a countless number of these cats.  Community cats are cats that are born and raised in the wild or have been abandoned or lost and turned to wild ways to survive. Community cats typically live in a colony which occupies a specific territory where food and shelter can be found.

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We Pay to Spay Sponsor Opportunity

Shelters like the Sacramento SPCA care for thousands of homeless and surrendered animals each year. Because of limited space and resources, not all animals are able to receive the help they so desperately need. Spaying and/or neutering your dog will ensure more dogs are not surrendered to the Sacramento SPCA. While all breeds are at risk for overpopulation and homelessness, a high percentage of animals surrendered at community shelters are pit bull and pit bull mixes (pit bull/mixes). In 2015, 22% of dogs surrendered to the Sacramento SPCA were classified as pit bull or pit bull mixes.