Community Clinic Open Wednesday and Thursday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Most of the problems that prompt people to consider surrendering pets – from behavior problems to a lack of money for pet food or veterinary care – are solvable. Routine wellness checks and vaccination schedules are essential to keeping pets healthy, preventing common illnesses. However, while most pet owners are able to financially meet these responsibilities, many people are struggling financially, which leads them to think the solutions are too expensive. Many of these pets are surrendered to shelters or “put to sleep” for what is oftentimes a preventable condition.
Our goal is to offer a variety of low-cost preventative care services, thereby avoiding “economic euthanasia.”
The Community Clinic provides affordable preventative care targeting families that are experiencing financial hardships, serving the medical needs of animals that otherwise would not be met.
The Fee Schedule is posted as a guide while budgeting for your pet's appointment. Please be advised that fees may change due to cost increases beyond our control. We endeavor to make veterinary services accessible to all pet owners.
Our fees are set at the lowest possible rate so we can deliver services to most pet owners in the community. If you are still unable to pay our low fees, please ask about payment plans or the availability of grant money. Our goal is to help you care for your pet. If grant funds are available, you'll be asked to meet the low-income qualifiers as described.
Preventative Care Tips
St. Augustine Humane Society | 1665 Old Moultrie Rd. | St. Augustine, FL 32084 PO Box 133, St. Augustine, FL 32085 | phone (904) 829-2737 |email@example.com
Hours of Operation: Mon.- Fri. 9:00 to 4:00 Closed for lunch each day 12:30 - 1:30
Open Sat. by appointment only for grooming General Operations Closed: Saturday and Sunday