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The Humane Society of Southern Arizona vaccinates every homeless pet that comes through our doors. We also administer more than 14,000 vaccinations each year to owned pets.
Vaccinating your pet against canine or feline viruses is an important part of maintaining his or her good health. Pima County requires all dogs older than 3 months to have a rabies vaccination.
It Doesn’t Have to be Expensive
The HSSA offers walk-in low-cost vaccinations two times a week at the Spay & Neuter Clinic, 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd. 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 $12 each. Additional services are available (see below). Each clinic is limited to 40 animals.
Please bring your cats in a secure carrier. Cats can escape easily if not properly contained. It is best to separate 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.
For more information, contact our clinic at 881-0321.
PLEASE NOTE: You and your pet will be waiting outside prior to service, and now that temperatures have soared we advise you to bring a bowl for your pups to drink from (we’ll provide the water). We also advise you to wear a hat and sunscreen, and bring a drink for yourself. We have a vending machine at the clinic with water and soft drinks, should you need them.
We do have a shade structure with benches, and will try to move everyone through as quickly as possible.
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