Veterinary Clinic Hours
SEAACA's Veterinary Division monitors and maintains the health of all animals sheltered at the Animal Care Center. When dogs, cats and rabbits are adopted, the SEAACA spays and neuters them before they go home or sets an appointment for the adopted animal to be altered at a future date. The altering is included in the adoption fees. In addition, SEAACA provides routine aftercare for adopted animals for 21 days after adoption. There may be a charge for some medications. New owners are responsible for emergency medical care or after hour's veterinarian services after the adoption.
The Veterinarian is available to see those adopted animals within the last 21 days for routine examinations Tuesday through Friday from 4 to 5 p.m. and Saturday's 3 to 4:30 p.m. No appointments are necessary as services are provided as walk-ins.
All owners and their animals can come to SEAACA Tuesday through Saturday for the vaccination clinic which provides low-cost vaccinations for dogs and cats. Hours are posted on this site.
A critical part of your pet’s health is ensuring vaccinations and treatments are up to date. SEAACA offers the public and their pets: low-cost vaccinations, de-worming, flea treatment and microchip IDs to the public Tuesday-Friday 10-4:30, and Saturday 9-3:30. No appointment is required as services are walk-in only.