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It is through the support and love of the Central Valley community that we can protect the lives of thousands of dogs and cats in our area. We invite you to join any of our upcoming events to see our work – through your generosity – in action . If you cannot attend one of our events, please follow us to view up to the minute photos and receive updates on where you can find us, special promotions, and stories about our lovable pets.

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The Valley Animal Center’s Low-Cost Spay, Neuter, and Vaccination Clinic

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clinic clientsClinic Hours:
Monday – Friday from 9:00AM – 5:30PM (closed from 12 PM – 1 PM for lunch)

Closed weekends and most major holidays.


Vaccinations are available during these hours on a walk-in basis. For more information about our services and prices please click on the buttons on the center top banner.


clinic office 3If you would like to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions regarding spay or neuter procedures, vaccinations, or other clinic services, please call the clinic at (559) 233-8706 or email them at Thank you!


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clinichistoryThe Valley Animal Center has made great strides in providing affordable veterinary care to pets throughout the last two decades.

Thanks to a generous grant in 1997 from Mr. Bob Barker’s DJ & T Foundation, the Center’s low-cost spay and neuter clinic opened its doors to provide these services to the community and their animals. With the addition of the on-site spay and neuter clinic, the Valley Animal Center pioneered efforts to spay and neuter animals in Fresno County at eight weeks old, a younger age than the standard six months.

_obOr94Hi2AbaHWkaGpCHveGPSyTo3vfZ5NGe1HTqecBecause of this initiative, many local veterinarians started spaying and neutering private customers’ pets at four months of age. Widespread acceptance of earlier spaying and neutering has helped significantly to prevent the birth of thousands of additional homeless kittens and puppies.

The expansion of the Valley Animal Center’s clinic is an on-going mission to ensure that all of the Valley’s dog and cat owners, regardless of income, are able to maintain a healthy and happy pet.