The VBSPCA Clinic offers low cost veterinary services and walk-in vaccine clinics to households with an annual income of $65,000 or less. Our walk-in vaccine clinics are also open to VBSPCA Foster Families and Military personnel. Spay/Neuter services are available to the community regardless of income, and you can visit our Spay/Neuter Services Page to learn more about Spaying and Neutering.
Proof of Income
All clients, with the exception of Spay/Neuter clients, military, and first responders, will be asked to provide proof of income by presenting their most recent tax return form before services are delivered. If you are unable to present a tax return form, or if your income has significantly changed since your most recent filing, please bring in an alternative form of government documentation.
Scheduling an Appointment
Because of the overpopulation of pets, our clinic only serves animals who have been spayed or neutered, or who have a pre-paid appointment to be altered. To schedule an appointment, you complete the form at the bottom of the page. You can also contact our clinic message line at (757) 427-0070, option 2 (please provide a valid daytime number). Due to the volume of calls received, it may be 24 hours (or more on the weekend) before your call is returned. If you feel that your pet needs to be seen sooner, or if you have an animal related emergency, please seek medical attention at an emergency pet hospital or clinic.
All appointments must be canceled 24 hours prior to the scheduled check-in time.
Late Cancellation Fee: $15.00
No-Show Fee: $25.00
All fees must be paid prior to rescheduling, or receiving future services.
Vaccines and Heartworm Tests
If your pet is due for vaccines and/or a heartworm test only (meaning that you have no illness concerns), consider attending a walk-in vaccine clinic. Vaccine Clinics do not require an appointment and have a lower exam fee. View our Vaccine Clinics Page for more information.
New Service – Laser Treatments
The VBSPCA Clinic now offers laser treatments, which help reduce inflammation, decrease pain, and improve healing. Laser treatments can be of great benefit to a number of medical conditions while also helping speed up the recovery process for animals who have undergone surgery. This is an innovative technology that will be of great benefit to both the animals in our shelter as well as public pets!
Whether it’s a routine checkup or emergency surgery, you shouldn’t have to worry about how to get the best medical care for your pet. That’s why we’re pleased to accept the CareCredit healthcare credit card. Learn more here.