Community Veterinary Program
Our Community Veterinary Program provides accessible veterinary care to the pet families and communities that need it the most. We offer:
- Clinics at our San Diego Campus.
- Mobile clinics that take our services directly into targeted and under-resourced communities.
- General medical veterinary care — preventive and basic sick care.
- Wellness resources like vaccinations, flea medication and education.
- Pharmacy services.
For more information, please call 858-216-3908.
Community Veterinary Program Price List
- All Appointments start with a Physical Exam (Wellness Exam) - $35
- Ear Cleaning $15- $35 (Requires Physical Exam)
- Nail Trim Cat $10 - $20
- Nail Trim Dog $15 - $30
- Adult Bloodwork - $75
- Senior Bloodwork - $120
- Fecal $25
- Flea Meds $15 - $94
- Deworming $10 and up (Price determined by weight)
- Vaccines $12-20
Locations: Our mobile clinic outreach efforts are focused on providing services to residents in the following zip codes: 92102, 92105, 92113, 92114 and 92154. If you are in need of veterinary services, but live outside of one of the mentioned communities, please schedule yourself at one of our on-site clinics.
Jackie Robinson YMCA
151 YMCA Way San Diego 92102
Clinic: 10-4 PM
First Wednesday of every month
CVP Mobile Clinic in San Ysidro
La Mirada Elementary School
222 Avenida De La Madrid, San Ysidro, CA 92173
Clinic: 10-4 PM
First Saturday of every month
Days held: Thursdays and Fridays.
Location: San Diego Campus, 5525 Gaines St., San Diego, CA 92110
Please call 858-216-3908 during our business hours Wednesday through Saturday to schedule an appointment. Due to the overwhelming demand from our community for services provided through this program, we are experiencing a delay in responding to calls and booking appointments.
Looking for our vaccine, microchip or spay/neuter clinics? Make appointments here.
Who is eligible?
The services provided by the Community Veterinary Program are designed to serve pet families in need of support. However, we do not verify financial need or require qualifying documents, and stationary clinic appointments are open to the public.
Why is the Community Veterinary Program so important?
In the U.S., 70 percent of homes include pets. Even though pets are part of so many families, nearly 50 million pets in the U.S. cannot access even the most basic veterinary care. Due to cost and other barriers, pets in under-resourced communities often do not receive essential veterinary services. As research continues to reveal the benefits of the human-animal bond, San Diego Humane Society is committed to connecting pet parents to the veterinary care their animals need, in order to keep them healthy and out of shelters.
Community Veterinary Program Resources
San Diego Humane Society has helpful resources for our Community Veterinary Program that we encourage everyone to use and share with friends, family and neighbors.