A Low-Cost Shot Clinic every other Thursday of each from 2:00-4:00 starting Thursday, January 9th.
To print and fill out your vaccination consent form ahead of time,
Due to social distancing guidelines we have new policies in place for the safety of our clients and staff:
- If you have COVID-19 or have possibly been exposed to anyone with COVID-19, please postpone scheduling your pet’s appointment until after the quarantine period.
- If you have any symptoms of illness, please postpone scheduling your pet’s appointment for a minimum of 14 days after your recover.
- Please print out your pet’s vaccination consent form and fill it out prior to your pet’s appointment. Bring this form to your pet’s appointment. If you do not have access to a printer, we will provide you with a form at the time of your pet’s appointment. We suggest you arrive a few minutes early to allow time to fill out. Please print out one form for each pet.
- Please stay in your car when you arrive for your pet’s appointment. A staff member will come to collect your consent form and pet and confirm the services you would like for your pet. If you do not see a staff member within a few minutes of arriving, please honk your horn once.
- It is mandatory that you WEAR A MASK to your pet’s appointment. Please limit the number of people of people in your car to those essential to your pet’s transportation.
- If your dog is nervous or aggressive around strangers, please have your pet muzzled upon arrival. Inform the staff ahead of time so we can make appropriate accommodations.
- We request that you pay with a credit card for your pet’s services. Other forms of payment will be accepted.
Thank you for your cooperation during this time.
Responsible pet ownership includes making sure your pet is happy & healthy-nutritious food, routine grooming, proper exercise, regular health exams, and vaccinations are all part of being a pet parent. Proper care can really add up and taking preventive measures in one of the best ways to balance your budget while getting the best care for your pet.
Vaccinating your pet is the best way to keep them safe from serious and potentially fatal diseases such as rabies, distemper, parvovirus, infectious hepatitis, Bordetella, feline leukemia and more. Vaccinating your pets protects them from diseases that can be very expensive and difficult to treat. The Humane Society of Ventura County is dedicated to providing quality services to our community and hosts a Low-Cost Shot Clinic every other Thursday of each from 2:00-4:00 starting Thursday, January 9th.
Rabies vaccines will be $5, DHPP $15, Bordetella $15, FVRCP $15 and microchipping for $15.
Dog licenses are also available through the front office, licenses start at $25 with a spay/neuter certificate or $105 without. Senior pricing is available. Make sure to bring proof of rabies vaccination and cash or check made out to Ventura County Animal Services.
All animals MUST be on a leash or in a carrier. For information on pricing, please call the shelter at 805-646-6505.
Humane Society of Ventura County is located at 402 Bryant St. in Ojai, CA. 805-646-6505.
*Always discuss your pet’s health and particular medical needs with your veterinarian.