Vaccinate to keep them healthy
Vaccinating your pet against canine or feline viruses is an important part of maintaining his or her good health.
HSSA offers walk-in low-cost vaccinations two times a week at the Spay & Neuter Clinic, 635 W. Roger Rd. Tucson, AZ 85705. It’s a great way to make sure your pet gets the protection he or she needs, and the recommended vaccinations before spay or neuter surgery.
Rabies vaccinations are just $13 for both dogs and cats; other vaccinations are also available for between $12-$25 each. Additional services are available. Each clinic is limited to 30 animals.
Pima County requires all dogs older than 3 months to have a rabies vaccination and to be licensed in Pima County.
Not Sure What Your Pet Needs?
PLEASE NOTE: The Clinic will be closed for the Labor Day weekend on Saturday, August 31st 2019. There will be no Vaccination Clinic and no TNR services on that day.
Please bring your cats in a secure carrier. Cats can escape easily if not properly contained. It is best to bring multiple cats in individual carriers. If you do not have multiple carriers, for your convenience we offer sturdy cardboard cat carriers for $8.
Dogs must be on a leash or in a carrier at all times, even puppies.
For more information, contact our Clinic at (520) 881-0321.
PLEASE NOTE: You and your pet will be waiting outside prior to service. We advise you to bring a bowl for your pups to drink from (we’ll provide the water). We also recommend that you wear a hat and sunscreen, and bring a drink for yourself during the summer.
During inclement weather, you may wait in your car after you've signed in (just let us know which car is yours).
We have benches outside, and will try to move everyone through as quickly as possible.
Starts at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday and Saturday
Suggested sign-in is 8:30 a.m. (Saturdays fill up quickly)
HSSA Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic, 635 W. Roger Rd. Tucson, AZ 85705
Limited to 30 pets
Please bring proof of prior vaccinations and spay/neuter, if available
Call (520) 881-0321 for more information
We accept cash and credit/debit cards, care credit, and scratch pay
Heartworm testing, FELV/FIV testing, microchipping, and deworming available
How much does it cost?
|INB Bordetella (instranasal)||$12|
|INJ Bordetella (injectable)||$12|
|Canine Flu (H3N2/H3N8)||$25|
HSSA's Income-based Wellness Clinic
HSSA’s donor-subsidized veterinary clinic plays a crucial role in ensuring pets stay healthy, with their families, and not surrendered to a shelter for lack of health care.
All wellness services are by appointment only. We do not see walk-in appointments, and urgent care cases should be seen by a local emergency clinic.
Please call 520-881-0321 to determine eligibility and to schedule an appointment.
HSSA’s donor-subsidized veterinary clinic is a full-service clinic for income-qualifying pet owners. Clinic services are not free. We offer reasonable, fixed fees for our quality care. You must qualify to use clinic wellness services. Proof of income and eligibility is required prior to scheduling an appointment. All sources of income must be included for each household. We limit our services to pet owners who otherwise would not gain access to quality veterinary care for their companion pets. Please speak to a customer service representative to determine eligibility.
Proof of income includes:
• Two (2) paycheck stubs dated within the last month for each wage earner
• Social Security benefit letter
• Disability benefit letter
• W2s or tax documentation for the last calendar year
• Government award letter that states household income
Where do I bring my pet?
If you are coming to the HSSA Clinic, you will want to go to the blue Clinic building.