The Vaccination Clinic will be closed February 21, 2023. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

NEW changes to SEAACA's vaccine clinic beginning November 29, 2022.

SEAACA's Vaccination Clinic Hours:

Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Rabies vaccines will be available

(Tues & Thurs Clinics Operated by Vet Care Vaccination Services Inc.)

*Saturday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Rabies vaccines will be available

(Rabies vaccinations not available from 1:00 - 2:00 pm)

* Due to client volume, the line may be stopped at an earlier time.

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, 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. New owners are responsible for emergency medical care or after hour veterinarian services after the adoption.

SEAACA Vaccination Clinic & Pet Licensing Information

While we look forward to assisting you, wait times can be one to three hours, occasionally longer. Customers are assisted on a first come, first served basis. The clinic line may close sooner than the posted closure time due to client volume. 

Know Before You Go:

  • Bring water for you and your pet.
  • Umbrellas are great for areas that may not be shaded.
  • Be sure your pet has a well-fitting collar or harness and leash.
  • Cats must be in proper carrier.
  • Remember to bring your pet’s previous vaccination records.
  • On warm/hot days, bring something to protect your pet from the hot concrete. (Example: blanket/towel)

In order to best protect your pet, SEAACA’s Vaccination Clinic services are limited only to healthy dogs and cats with no current signs of illness or injury and no history of vaccine reactions, autoimmune diseases, seizures, or other conditions that could potentially put your pet’s health at an increased risk.  Pets with any of the above mentioned conditions will be denied.  If your pet does not meet these requirements, we strongly encourage you to schedule an appointment with your local veterinarian where your pet can receive a thorough examination and more personalized care can be provided.  This policy is in place to best protect the health and safety of your pet seeing as we are a high volume vaccination clinic that does not offer services to the public beyond vaccines, microchips, and basic deworming and flea control.

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