The clinic is open to anyone who lives in either Contra Costa or Alameda counties. It doesn’t matter if you’re homeless or undocumented. Everyone is welcome — just bring yourself and your pet.

Please bring dogs on leash, or carry them if they’re small enough. Bring cats inside a carrier. Unfortunately, we can’t allow sick pets at the clinic because it puts other pets at risk.

Want to spay or nueter your pet?

Ask about the FREE and 'pay what you can' spay/neuter program!

Why spay or nueter your pets? 

Spaying your femal pet prevents uterine infections and mammary tumors. Neutering your male pet can reduce unwanted behaviors such as marking and aggression. Fixing your pet will not make then fat or lazy and you can get them microchiped at the same time! You will also be helping reduce the numbers of pets ending up in shelters. 


Registration Details: 

The free pet vaccine clinics are always on Sundays, once a month.they are open from 10 AM to 1 PM, but people arrive early to sign in,and sign up ends when they reach 75 people. Be prepared for a wait. You will need to be patient. Many people need the service, and the crew is all volunteer!

The clinic is outdoors in the parking lot on the corner of Addison Street and Bolivar Drive in Berkeley, just across from Berkeley Animal Care Services.
Addison Street and Bolivar Drive
Berkeley , CA 94710