Sponsored by 7th Council District and CouncilMember Roberto Uranga: For Sat Oct 12, we will be at Somerset Park (1500 E. Carson Street, Long Beach, CA 90807). We will only be fixing dogs, but will have vaccines, etc for cats and dogs.
We also have nailtrims ($5), FREE microchips, and low cost vaccines, flea meds and roundworm derwormer ($10 each cash) If your pet has never had any vaccines, they usually need 3 vaccinations and a dewormer.
If you have a DOG, you can IM or email us (AND CHECK YOUR SPAM) at firstname.lastname@example.org for a Oct 12 appointment with (1) your name, (2) address, (3)email, and (4) phone number AND the (5) dog’s name, (6) age, (7) sex, (8) breed, and (9) weight and we can see if we can schedule you for our event (DOGS must be a minimum of 2.5lbs (ideally 5lbs) and 3mths and a maximum of 55lbs and 34″ butt to head). Otherwise you can come and get a voucher to take to a local vet for $50+ off spay/neuter. Prices and availability will vary from clinic to clinic. There also MAY be other costs if the animal is older, pregnant, cryptorchid, etc.
If you have a CAT, our Cat Clinic in Nov (date TBD) at Somerset Park, is booked but we are accepting some on our waitlist or you can always come to get a voucher to take to a local vet for $40 off spay/neuter. Prices and availability will vary from clinic to clinic (at Goldenstate it will cost a minimum of $90-$100 per cat with voucher and $30 at SNIP LA). There also MAY be other costs if the animal is older, pregnant, cryptorchid, etc. Sometimes we can fit Male cats on the day of any our mobile clinics at 2pm, but we do not know until that day, so it is standby only. They must be 5lbs+ and 3 mths+.
Times: FLEA MEDS, LOW COST VACCINATIONS, ROUNDWORM DEWORMER ($10), NAIL TRIMS ($5), CAT AND DOG SPAY/NEUTER VOUCHERS, and FREE MICROCHIPS: No Appointment Needed: Dog Clinics from 9am-3pm, Cat Clinics from 9am-1pm
SPAY AND NEUTER: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
If you are using our services and since we run completely on donations, the recommended donation (not required (Cash/Credit/Debit accepted) is $30+ per pet for low income (under $40,000 per household) and $60+ per pet for incomes of $40,000-$60,000. If you make over $60,000 we ask that you pay the cost of the spay/neuter which is $70 per cat and $140 per dog. See you then! Future Clinics: Oct 12 (Sponsored by District 7 CouncilMember Roberto Uranga (Dog at Somerset Park: 9am-3pm), Nov TBD (Cat SPONSORED BY Transit Marketing Group Inc./Magaldi & Magaldi Inc at Somerset Park: 9am-1pm)