Preventative care is one of the keys to keeping your pets healthy and protecting them from common diseases. As part of our Community Outreach program, Animal Humane Society hosts monthly vaccine clinics, which include:
- Wellness exams
- Rabies and distemper vaccinations
- Pet food
Vaccine clinics take place on the third Saturday of each month at our St. Paul Vet Center.
Vaccine clinics are a flat fee of $25 per animal. Payment will be collected when you arrive for your appointment.
For those in need of financial assistance, please reach out to our Community Outreach team for support. Our community organizers can help you apply for vet grants and explore other financial options.
Registration is required to attend a vaccine clinic. Appointment registration will open three weeks before the clinic date.
Free pop up clinics
AHS periodically hosts free pop up clinics that require no fees and no registration to make it even easier for you to get your pet up-to-date on their vaccinations.
Check back for where and when the next pop up clinic is scheduled.
Visit our pet resource fair for additional support
AHS hosts quarterly pet resource fairs during our vaccine clinics to provide the community with pet food, supplies, and information on how they can take advantage of the resources and support that AHS offers.
To learn more about AHS, connect with our Community Outreach team, and explore the many ways we can help you and your pet, join us at our next pet resource fair.
Additional information about low-cost vet care
Animal Humane Society's Veterinary Centers offer low-cost vet services, including wellness exams, spay/neuter surgery, and specialty and dental surgeries.