Complying with EO2
Thursday, March 19, 2020, the Anchorage Mayor issued Executive Order 2 mandating the conservation of personal protection equipment. We must support our fellow Alaskans and comply with this order. Non-essential procedures already scheduled are being rescheduled. We are continuing to perform procedures that address pain and suffering, and seeing animals for vaccines, illness, or injury. Thank you for understanding.
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Dogs--PUPPIES ONLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Rabies Vaccine $23
Cats--KITTENS ONLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Rabies -- $23
Distemper -- $18.40
Feline Leukemia -- $23
Feline Leukemia Test -- $25.50
Spay (female) $138
Neuter (male) $121
Spay Plus $253
Senior Spay: variable
Neuter Plus $236
Senior Neuter variable
Spay (female) $115
Neuter (male) $ 80.50
Spay Plus $230
Senior Spay: variable
Neuter Plus $196
Senior Neuter: variable
Spay (female) $184
Neuter (male) $138
Health Certificate $69
*These prices are for procedures without complications.
Affordable pet wellness and preventive care are key to keeping your furry, scaly, or feathered family member happy and healthy.
If you pet gets lost make sure that you can be reunited! Microchipping is available only as a part of a procedure during COVID-19 restrictions. We will not be doing walk-in microchipping until further notice.
SPAY OR NEUTERING
Spaying and neutering have always been an integral part of the Alaska SPCA mission. These procedures can help your pets lead longer, healthier and happier lives. Spaying and neutering are routine medical procedures that can help control pet overpopulation and prevent the development of medical and behavioral problems. In addition to our traditional spay/neuter program, we also offer spay/neuter PLUS, and senior spay/neuter procedures (required for dogs and cats over seven years of age). Ask one of our staff how these services can benefit your pet.
VACCINATIONS (walk in)
Limited to pets under 12 months of age
Vaccines are key to helping keep your pet healthy for a lifetime. Vaccinations are available M-F, 11AM-3PM first come, first serve.
There is no such thing as a "one size fits all" dental procedure. Our care begins with a pre-dental visit in which the vet will work with you to develop a treatment plan for your pet, and provide an estimate to help you budget for the procedure.
SATURDAY CLINICS--CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The clinic is open the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, 9am - 1pm for walk in vet visits, as well as vaccinations. These clinics are popular and fill up fast! If you need to be seen by the vet plan to be here before 9am. We cannot guarantee that every patient will be seen, so the earlier you get here, the better your odds. Vaccinations are given on a first come, first serve basis.
The Alaska SPCA Clinic is dedicated to helping you and your furry friends together for a long and happy life. In addition to providing care and treatment in the Clinic, each of our vet also oversees care and treatment of the animals in the Adoption Center. It is the commitment to humane animal welfare that that binds this team.
Brian Davidson, DVM: Dr. Davidson has been with the Alaska SPCA since 2017. In addition to providing Clinic and Adoption Center care, Dr. Davidson has been active in veterinary outreach throughout the State.
Greg Closter, DVM: Dr. Closter joined Alaska SPCA in 2019 when he returned to Alaska from the Lower 48. Dr. Closter is active in the Iditarod veterinary team as well as his practice here.
Clinic: 3710 Woodland Dr., #1200
Anchorage, AK 99517
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday - Friday
1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month
9am - 1pm