Spay/Neuter & Vaccination Clinic

Vaccination Clinic

Contra Costa Animal Services (CCAS) offers low-cost vaccinations for your pets. The vaccination clinic is by appointment only. To make an appointment, please call 925-608-8420. Appointments for the Saturday clinic must be made between Tuesday through Friday of the week you plan to attend the clinic.

Vaccination pricing can be found on our Fees and Services Page.

Spay/Neuter Clinic

*Please note: CCAS will not be accepting public surgery appointments while we evaluate our public spay and neuter program to ensure we offer the highest quality service with the greatest efficiency. Our intent is to resume providing targeted spay and neuter services to the community in 2020. 

In the meantime, our community partners at SNIP, ARF and Fix Our Ferals can assist you with low-cost spay and neuter services for animals in Contra Costa County. CCAS will continue to provide spay and neuter services for feral cats, as well as our low-cost Saturday vaccination clinic, which is open to the public on Saturday mornings (by appointment).

Schedule an Appointment

To schedule a spay or neuter procedure, please call our office Tuesday through Friday, 9:30 am to 4 pm (closed 12 noon to 1 pm) at 925-608-8420. Learn more about surgery information and requirements. 

Free Physical Exam

Pets receive a free physical examination when brought in for spaying or neutering. There is no charge for office calls or follow-up exams.

Why should I spay or neuter my animal?

Spaying and neutering:

  • Prevents needless reproduction and destruction of animals
  • Is the most effective means of preventing pregnancy
  • Eliminates or reduces the attraction of male animals to the female
  • Reduces the male's tendency to fight and the resulting wounds and infection
  • Reduces the possibility of cancer or infection of the reproductive tract
  • Results in a generally healthier, more desirable pet
  • Allows spayed and neutered dogs and cats to be licensed at half the cost of non-spayed or non-neutered animals