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The tragedy of pet overpopulation is a growing concern in both Northern California and across the nation.  Sterilization is the most humane weapon in this struggle and spay/neuter clinics are considered the most effective means of sterilization.
Haven Humane Society's Veterinary Hospital opened its doors in January 2002 and typically complete 5,600 animal sterilization surgeries each year. Our first priority is to provide spay, neuter and medical services for animals at the shelter but in support of other individuals and groups trying to save the lives of pets, we also provide full medical care for all documented 501(c)(3) rescue groups, shelters, and low income clients who qualify. 
Our staff is dedicated to this mission and to providing the highest quality medical care for the animals they serve. 


Haven Humane Society's Veterinary Hospital is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to decrease pet overpopulation. In an effort to prevent more unwanted animals, we offer services of low cost spay and neuter to any pet. However, if you are needing wellness care such as vaccines, or have a sick pet, you must be low income to qualify to use our services. 

To learn more about what services we offer and who qualifies, click here


Spay/neuter hospitals help save lives and stabilize escalating shelter and animal control costs by; reducing unwanted animal births, reducing the number of homeless animals on city and county streets in need of shelter care, increasing the probability of suitable placement for adoptable animals, and proving a responsible means of reducing animal suffering. 

Our goal is to reduce the number of unwanted animal births and euthanasia performed on healthy animals.

To learn more about our spay/neuter services, click here

On select Wednesdays, the Haven Humane Society Veterinary Hospital holds a low-cost vaccination clinic. At the clinic, there is no office visit fee and the money we make goes towards the care of animals in the shelter that do not have their own homes or families.  See our calendar for a schedule of walk-in vaccine clinic days.

To learn more about our vaccine clinics and see prices, click here

The Trap, Neuter, and Release Program is the humane and effective approach for stray and feral cats. Scientific studies have shown that trap, neuter, and release improves the lives of feral cats, improves their relationship with the people who live near them, and decreases the size of colonies over time. 
 If you would like to learn more about our Trap, Neuter, and Release Program, click here. 

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