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Alaska SPCA Vaccinations

Vaccinations protect your pet from developing preventable illnesses and contracting transmittable diseases.

Alaska SPCA wants everyone to be able to afford to vaccinate their dog or cat.

Through our low-cost clinic, Alaska SPCA provides low-cost feline distemper, leukemia and rabies vaccinations, as well as canine bordetella, distemper, parvo, and rabies vaccinations.

Want a quick way to complete the required Municipal Dog License? Stop by the clinic between 10-4 and we will help you get your paperwork submitted.

Losing a pet can be extremely scary and dangerous. By having your dog or cat microchipped, you can have peace of mind that they have embedded identification to help them get back home. 

Surgery Fees:

Our spay-neuter clinic serves the general public with low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to help prevent unplanned litters of dogs and cats. Dogs and cats over the age of one year must be spayed or neutered to receive vaccinations from the Alaska SPCA.

CATS

  • Female Spay: $75
  • Male Neuter: $50
  • Rabies: $15
  • Distemper: $10
  • Feline Leukemia: $12
  • Cat Nail Trim: FREE
  • AVID Microchip: $30

DOGS

  • Female Spay: $90
  • Male Neuter: $75
  • Rabies: $15
  • Distemper / Parvo: $16
  • Bordetella: $12
  • AVID Microchip: $30
  • Municipal Dog License available

RABBITS

  • Male Nueter: $75

 

Effective 06/01/2013

Alaska SPCA Clinic:
549 W. International Airport Rd.
Suite B-2
Anchorage, AK 99518
(907) 562-2999
clinic.spca@alaska.net

Alaska SPCA Spay/Neuter Surgeries:
Monday-Friday
(by appointment only) 
Call (907) 562-2999 
Closed Sat & Sun

Alaska SPCA Clinic Hours:
Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm
Walk-in vaccinations,
microchipping, cat nail trims
Closed Sat & Sun

Alaska SPCA Clinic Staff:
Paula Schmidt, D.V.M. 
Roseanna, Clinic Manager 
Shay, Vet Assistant
Lori, Vet Assistant
Vacant, Receptionist
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