Project PetSafe

Vaccinations

Vaccinations are important because they help prolong your pets’ lives and protect them from a variety of potentially deadly diseases.

In addition, California law requires that a rabies vaccination be given to all dogs over 4 months of age.

Where Can I Get My Animals Vaccinated?

Santa Barbara County has a large number of full service veterinary hospitals providing care to dogs and cats in our community.

Download list of Veterinary Hospitals in Santa Barbara County

Where Can I Find Out about Low Cost Vaccination Clinics?

Santa Barbara Humane Society
5399 Overpass Road, Santa Barbara, CA
(805) 964-4777 x20
Call for appointment
http://sbhumanesociety.org/services/fees.php#vaccination

Santa Ynez Valley Humane Society
111 Commerce Drive, Buellton. CA
(805) 688-8224
Call for appointment 
http://www.syvhumane.org/santa-ynez-humane-society-clinic

Santa Maria Animal Center
Santa Barbara County Animal Services
548 W. Foster Road, Santa Maria, CA
(805) 934-6968

Beginning March 27, 2017
NEW CLINIC HOURS
Monday and Thursday afternoons 1:30pm - 3:30pm

No appointment needed

Please print and complete this form prior to your appointment:
Vaccine and Treatment Consent Form

Vaccine Clinic subject to change, please contact the office for further information.  Last customer accepted in  afternoon session at 3:30 p.m.

Santa Maria Valley Humane Society
1687 W. Stowell Road, Santa Maria, CA
(805)349-3435
Walk-in Tuesday and Saturdays 10am-12pm (altered animals only, or puppies under 4 months)
Appointment can be made outside of these hours.
Low cost microchipping available for $20
http://www.smvhs.org/spay-neuter