About the Clinic

Vaccinations – Spay/NeuterParasite Control

The Peninsula SPCA Veterinary Clinic is located at the Peninsula SPCA shelter, 523 J. Clyde Morris Blvd., and offers basic veterinary health care services, such as vaccinations, parasite control, and heartworm testing, as well as spay/neuter and limited specialty surgery services. If your pet is sick, please contact your veterinarian. 

When pet owners use the clinic, they are not only improving the health and well-being of their pet by protecting them from preventable diseases, but they are also helping to ensure a healthy animal population in our community. Proceeds from the clinic also help to support the many homeless animals who come to the Peninsula SPCA and are cared for while waiting for their adoptive families.

Please note:  Our clinic does not operate daily.  If you have questions regarding any clinic services, please call 757-595-1399, ext. 112 and leave a message.  Clinic staff return most phone calls within 24 hours. 

**COVID UPDATE – Preventive Care Clinic**

We are holding all vaccination clinics curbside.  Our clinical team has implemented new protocols to help protect our staff and clients.

All other patients will be required to have an appointment in advance.

Please visit our event calendar to view our vaccine clinic schedule.

If you are unable to keep your appointment or are exhibiting cold or flu-like symptoms, please contact lou@peninsulaspca.org and we will be happy to reschedule your appointment. 

Schedule Your Vaccination Appointment with Peninsula SPCA

PLEASE NOTE:  You CAN NOT use this online scheduler to schedule a SPAY/NEUTER or other surgeries

Please call 757-595-1399, ext. 112 to schedule. Please leave a message so that a staff member can return your call to schedule your appointment.  Our clinic does not operate daily and therefore the clinic phone is often unattended.


Vaccinations offered include Rabies, Distemper/Parvo and Bordetella for dogs, and Rabies, Distemper and Feline Leukemia for cats.

The clinic also offers heartworm and feline leukemia/FIV testing, fecal analysis, general deworming, and sell flea/tick prevention and heartworm prevention medications.

Services such as nail trims, anal gland expression and microchipping are currently only available as add-ons to vaccine appointments.  

Record Requests:  Requests for additional copies of medical records or certificates of vaccinations may incur fees of $25 per pet.

Spay/Neuter Surgeries – by appointment only

Spay and neuter surgeries are by appointment only.  Please call to schedule surgeries.  Surgeries cannot be scheduled online.  Please leave a message so that a staff member can return your call to schedule your appointment.  Our clinic does not operate daily and therefore the clinic phone is often unattended.

Spay/neuter surgeries include:  complimentary exam, pain medication, e-collar, suture removal if needed, and nail trim.

Pets must be 4 months or older for surgery.  Pre-anesthesia blood work is recommended for all pets.  Proof of current rabies vaccination is required for all patients.

Drop off time for surgery will vary depending on when you are scheduled. Please check with a clinic staff member to schedule your drop off time. Pets must be picked up after surgery no later than 4 p.m. on the same day.  A late fee will be charged for late pick-ups.

Please call 757.595.1399, ext. 112 to schedule or for more information.

Limited Specialty Surgery

  • The Peninsula SPCA is now offering limited surgery services. A full list services can be found HERE.
  • Your pet must have been seen and referred by a veterinarian. Imaging and results will need to be done prior to scheduling. Bloodwork is also required. This can be arranged through our clinic or your veterinarian.
  • Certain procedures will require that your pet stay overnight at either your veterinarian’s office (if they offer after hours care) or with a local animal emergency center.

Please call or email Lou with questions and to schedule. Phone – 757-595-1399 ext 112 or email lou@peninsulaspca.org