Before You Arrive:

Clinic Hours:

Thursdays, beginning at 9 a.m. Patients should check in at the shelter’s main lobby.  The clinic can accommodate a maximum of 30 patients each Thursday.  Each patient appointment takes an average of 20-25 minutes, and service is first-come, first-serve.

Spay/neuter surgeries are by appointment only and can be scheduled by calling 757.595.1399, ext. 112.

Clinic Forms:

Save time during your visit by downloading, printing and completing the required clinic visit forms prior to your arrival.

Clinic Form 1: Clinic Client Information Sheet (Please complete one client information sheet prior to your visit)

Clinic Form 2: Preventive Healthcare Animal Information Sheet  (Please complete one animal information sheet for each pet you are bringing to your visit)

Clinic Form 3: Service Request Form with Pricing (Please complete one service request form per animal)

Clinic Form 4: Veterinary Disclosure Form  (Please complete one Veterinary Disclosure Form per visit)

Payment:

Payment is required in full at the time of services rendered.  The Peninsula SPCA accepts cash, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express (with a valid ID).

Personal checks are not accepted.

Clinic Staff:

Yvonne Dolan, DVM

Lou Siaosi, medical care technician

Angela Moore, medical care technician

What you should know before you arrive:

Vaccination Clinic:

The Peninsula SPCA Veterinary Clinic is a walk-in clinic. Appointments are not necessary.  The clinic can accommodate a maximum of 30 patients each Thursday.  Each patient appointment takes an average of 20-25 minutes.  Service is provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

All dogs must be on a leash and all cats must be in a carrier. If you do not have a leash or carrier, you may purchase one from the SPCA. Leashes and carriers are $5 each.  Animals without leashes or carriers will not be seen by the veterinarian.

A $5 health exam is required at the time of visit. Animals must have an exam performed to receive vaccinations, testing or medications.

Any animal that is pregnant , showing signs of illness, fever, or history of vaccine reactions will not be vaccinated.

Spay/Neuter Surgeries:

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 surgery patients.  Pets must be dropped off by 8 a.m. and picked up after surgery no later than 4 p.m. on the same day.  A late fee will be charged for late pick-ups.

Contact the Clinic:

757-595-1399, ext. 112