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Can I have my pet vaccinated, altered, or euthanized at the shelter?
The City of Fremont contracts with a local mobile vaccination clinic, Cheap Shots. The clinic is held every second and fourth Saturday of the month from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm in the Tri-City Animal shelter parking lot. Vaccinations start at $10 and no appointments are required. Microchipping and other preventative services are also available. Cheap Shots is not affiliated with the Tri-City Animal Shelter or any of the cities it represents; please call (415) 794-3160 with questions about the clinic.

At this time, spay and neuter services are only provided for animals adopted from the shelter. You may have your pet altered by your veterinarian, or contact shelter staff for referrals to local low-cost spay and neuter programs.

Due to mandatory holding periods for animals and staffing shortage, euthanasia is not a service available to the public. Please consult your veterinarian if you believe your pet needs to be euthanized.

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1. Can I have my pet vaccinated, altered, or euthanized at the shelter?
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