8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m..
The Veterinary Clinic will be closed on President's Day, Monday, February 20
The Marin Humane Society Veterinary Clinic provides vet care for all animals within the shelter system—some of whom are stray, orphaned, or victims in humane cases.
Adoption animals are given a full medical assessment and are vaccinated against disease. All adoption dogs and cats, and many small companion animals, are spayed or neutered before leaving for their new homes.
Our clinic team also works extensively with the Foster Care program to rehabilitate many animals that might otherwise not be considered for adoption, and also works closely with the Animal Services department to evaluate and consult on cruelty and neglect cases.
The veterinarians and other clinic staff assist other animal rescue organizations and feral cat colony caretakers by providing discounted spay/neuter surgeries and health care.
The MHS Veterinary Clinic provides low-cost pet services for Marin residents, including spay and neuter, vaccination and microchiping.
Why spay and neuter your pets?