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Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Pet overpopulation…the facts are simple.  There are just too many pets and not enough homes. The overpopulation problem has reached crisis levels, and the Sacramento SPCA is dedicated to helping end this crisis in our community by offering and promoting spaying and neutering.

Consider these statistics as to how just one litter can result in hundreds to thousands of unwanted pets:

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Vaccination & Microchip Clinics

Vaccination & Microchip Clinics

The Sacramento SPCA will be closed on Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day. There will be no mobile clinic held on Sunday, May 26th.

Our low-cost vaccination and microchip clinic is held in the Gracie’s Adoption Center of the Sacramento SPCA from 11am to 3pm every Monday and Tuesday.  

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 to learn about how we are better serving our senior community and their pets by expanding our no-cost vaccination service availability. 


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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 2019! An appointment is required.

 

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Euthanasia Services

We encourage you to bring your pet’s favorite blanket or another comfort from home to provide him/her that extra added peace during his/her passing.

For all euthanasia requests, please bring a government issued identification card and your veterinarian’s diagnosis to confirm the euthanasia reason.  If one is not provided, the Sacramento SPCA retains the right to deny the euthanasia request. 

We accept cash or credit card only (no checks please) to provide any of the three euthanasia services below: