Clinic FAQ

The Mardene G. Morykwas Memorial Clinic at Valley Animal Center provides an array of veterinarian services to care for your furry family members. Here are a few common questions and answers to help you navigate the services provided at our Clinic.  Thank you for choosing us to care for your dogs and cats.


Effective November 4, 2019, all clients bringing pets in for ANY clinic services must have them up to date on their rabies vaccine.  If you are not an existing clinic client with this record already on file, you will be required to present your pets rabies certificate to the check-in staff prior to any services being provided.  If your pets rabies vaccine is expired, client will be required to add on a $17 rabies vaccine prior to original services requested being completed.

Please note: In order to receive a rabies vaccine, your pet must have a current exam on file. You may do a walk-in RVT exam.

This requirement has been mandated by our facility, due to the recent public notice issued by the Fresno County Department of Health.


Support Our Clinic

The Valley Animal Center is a non-profit organization. Our facility is community-supported and does not rely on government funding. We are supported by your contributions, events, program fees, and corporate and foundation grants.