SEAACA's Vaccination Clinic Hours:

Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

(Tues & Thurs Clinics Operated by Vet Care Vaccination Services Inc.)

*Saturday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

* Due to client volume, the line may be stopped at an earlier time.

SEAACA's Veterinary Division monitors and maintains the health of all animals sheltered at the Animal Care Center. When dogs and  are adopted, SEAACA spays and neuters them before they go home or sets an appointment for the adopted animal to be altered at a future date. The altering is included in the adoption fees. New owners are responsible for emergency medical care or after hour veterinarian services after the adoption.

SEAACA Vaccination Clinic

While we look forward to assisting you, wait times can be one to three hours, occasionally longer. Customers are assisted on a first come, first served basis. The clinic line may close sooner than the posted closure time due to client volume. 

Know Before You Go:

  • Bring water for you and your pet.
  • Umbrellas are great for areas that may not be shaded.
  • Be sure your pet has a well-fitting collar or harness and leash.
  • Cats must be in proper carrier.
  • Remember to bring your pet’s previous vaccination records.
  • On warm/hot days, bring something to protect your pet from the hot concrete. (Example: blanket/towel)

Additional Information

SEAACA is not a full-service animal hospital. Pets with any of the following medical concerns will not be eligible to receive vaccines during SEAACA’s clinic. Pets with medical and behavioral concerns as listed below are not candidates to receive services at SEAACA’s Vaccination Clinic and are required to seek services at alternative veterinary service providers.  

1.Currently on medication or received injections in the past 30 days (not including vaccines)

2.Prior diagnosed medical conditions including but not limited to: heart murmur, diabetes, kidney disease, seizures, autoimmune disease, allergies

3.Current medical concerns

4.History of vaccine allergic reactions including but not limited to:  facial   swelling, hives, vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, collapse following a vaccine

5.Recent coughing, sneezing, vomiting, diarrhea

6.Recent changes in appetite or drinking


8.Abnormal body temperature

9.Severe Dental Disease 

10.Extremely overweight or underweight

11.Other medical concerns that may be discovered during veterinary examination.

12.Too aggressive for safe handling

13.SEAACA reserves the right to refuse service to anyone/any pet. 

 Your patience is greatly appreciated as our team of professionals are working diligently to provide vaccination services for your pet and others. There are circumstances beyond our control that may create extended wait times. 

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