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Spay/Neuter

To request an appointment for spay/neuter surgery, please visit tulsaspca.org/spayneuter/ and click the large green REQUEST APPOINTMENT button. Staff will contact you as soon as possible with more information. Appointments are scheduled Monday through Saturday with 8 a.m. drop-off and 5 p.m. pick-up.

Low-Cost Vaccination Clinic

The Tulsa SPCA offers a low-cost vaccination clinic to the general public. Services include yearly vaccinations, microchipping, heartworm testing, de-worming and feline leukemia testing. If you need services in addition to these vaccinations, please request a minor needs appointment.

Open every Tuesday and Friday, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. (Closed for lunch from 12:30-1 p.m.)
Open the second Saturday of each month, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. (Closed for lunch from 12:30-1 p.m.)

All vaccinations are first come, first served. Dogs must be in carriers or on leashes; cats must be in carriers.

Prevention Meds

If your pet has been treated at the Tulsa SPCA low-cost veterinary clinic in the last year, you can now order flea and tick preventatives for curbside pick-up. If your dog has a current (less than one year) negative heartworm test from on file at the Tulsa SPCA vet clinic, you can also order heartworm preventative. To order prevention medications (flea/tick/heartworm), please email your name, your pet’s name, the meds you want and how many months/doses to clinicreception@tulsaspca.org. We will confirm your order, collect payment and schedule a time for you to pick up on a Monday or Thursday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. during our Minor Needs Vet Clinic. NOTE: If your pet has not been treated at the Tulsa SPCA low-cost vet clinic in the last year, please make a Minor Needs appointment.

Minor Needs Clinic

The Tulsa SPCA Minor Needs Clinic provides low-cost wellness examinations, treats minor medical issues and provides diagnostics by appointment only. We do not treat serious illnesses or injuries, or chronic health issues. Our clinic is not a replacement for a relationship with a full-service veterinarian. Please email minorneeds@tulsaspca.org to schedule an appointment. Appointments are scheduled Monday and Thursday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.  NOTE: The Minor Needs Clinic is by scheduled appointment only; this is NOT first come, first served like our vaccine clinic. Each appointment incurs a $20 exam charge per animal. You will be seen by our veterinarian who will address minor issues your pet may be experiencing and provide more in-depth services than the basic administration of vaccines offered at our vaccine clinic.

Microchipping

The cost of a microchip is $10 per pet and ID tags are available for $5 each. The Tulsa SPCA uses two microchipping services. If you adopted your animal from the Tulsa SPCA, your chip is registered at https://www.24petwatch.com/. If your bought microchip services in our clinic, your chip is registered at https://www.foundanimals.org/.

Leashing Requirement

  • Dogs must be in carriers or on leashes; cats must be in carriers.

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2 hours ago

Tulsa SPCA

Cuddle up with your furry friend and join us from the comfort of your home for Pranks and Paws Trivia Night on Saturday, April 17 at 7pm. Enjoy a fun-filled night of trivia with your friends while supporting homeless dogs and cats in Tulsa! Complete with a live auction, silent auction, wine and restaurant pull + lots of fun, this could be just what you need to rejuvenate yourself after a long week at work! Register at tulsaspca.org/trivia-night/. We hope to see you and your team there...virtually, of course. ...

Cuddle up with your furry friend and join us from the comfort of your home for Pranks and Paws Trivia Night on Saturday, April 17 at 7pm. Enjoy a fun-filled night of trivia with your friends while supporting homeless dogs and cats in Tulsa! Complete with a live auction, silent auction, wine and restaurant pull + lots of fun, this could be just what you need to rejuvenate yourself after a long week at work! Register at https://tulsaspca.org/trivia-night/. We hope to see you and your team there...virtually, of course.

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The link takes you to a Pet Enrichment page, not registration.

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4 hours ago

Tulsa SPCA

Last month our rescue partner OAA was alerted to an animal neglect situation where over 70 dogs were living in mostly outdoor enclosures without access to enough food or adequate shelter. Some dogs were tethered to trees, other's ran the entire property and most were in small enclosures with other dogs. Many dogs were brought into our care and Aries was one of them! Living outside with very limited human interaction is no way for such a cutie to spend her time and she's thankful to now be spayed, vaccinated and ready for adoption into a loving home! Aries is looking for a patient and understanding home with another friendly dog already in it, and no children present.

Survivors of inhumane boarding situations like this often face a unique set of issues. Potty training can take time, and these dogs are all very fearful of strangers, new environments, and being leashed.

The adjustment period post adoption can take months. The dog you bring home today will not be the dog you have in your home 6 months down the line. This can make it difficult for us to match you with the perfect dog for your home but being a part of that dramatic and positive change can be a deeply rewarding experience, and there are many resources to help you help them. These dogs deserve the best after so many years of inhumane housing and treatment! If you are interested in adopting Aries and giving her the life she was meant to have, visit tulsaspca.org/adoptable-dogs.
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Last month our rescue partner OAA was alerted to an animal neglect situation where over 70 dogs were living in mostly outdoor enclosures without access to enough food or adequate shelter. Some dogs were tethered to trees, others ran the entire property and most were in small enclosures with other dogs. Many dogs were brought into our care and Aries was one of them! Living outside with very limited human interaction is no way for such a cutie to spend her time and shes thankful to now be spayed, vaccinated and ready for adoption into a loving home! Aries is looking for a patient and understanding home with another friendly dog already in it, and no children present.

Survivors of inhumane boarding situations like this often face a unique set of issues. Potty training can take time, and these dogs are all very fearful of strangers, new environments, and being leashed.

The adjustment period post adoption can take months. The dog you bring home today will not be the dog you have in your home 6 months down the line. This can make it difficult for us to match you with the perfect dog for your home but being a part of that dramatic and positive change can be a deeply rewarding experience, and there are many resources to help you help them. These dogs deserve the best after so many years of inhumane housing and treatment! If you are interested in adopting Aries and giving her the life she was meant to have, visit tulsaspca.org/adoptable-dogs.

19 hours ago

Tulsa SPCA

DRY DOG FOOD NEEDED! Covid-19 recipients and cold weather needs have depleted a vast majority of our dry dog food supplies. We take great pride is helping members of the Tulsa community when they need it most. Last year, we distributed over 40,000 pounds of dog food. We would appreciate donations of dry dog food to help us continue aiding those who have fallen on hard times. Sometimes the Tulsa SPCA providing food is the difference between keeping a pet at home or surrendering it to a shelter. Donated food can be ordered online and delivered to Tulsa SPCA, 3000 Mohawk Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74110 or dropped off at the same address between 9am-4pm Monday-Friday. We appreciate all your help as we continue to help our neighbors! ...

DRY DOG FOOD NEEDED! Covid-19 recipients and cold weather needs have depleted a vast majority of our dry dog food supplies. We take great pride is helping members of the Tulsa community when they need it most. Last year, we distributed over 40,000 pounds of dog food. We would appreciate donations of dry dog food to help us continue aiding those who have fallen on hard times. Sometimes the Tulsa SPCA providing food is the difference between keeping a pet at home or surrendering it to a shelter. Donated food can be ordered online and delivered to Tulsa SPCA, 3000 Mohawk Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74110 or dropped off at the same address between 9am-4pm Monday-Friday. We appreciate all your help as we continue to help our neighbors!

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Do you take opened bags? Recently had to switch my dog to prescription food.

How harmful would it be to change dog food? Have always fed pedigree, but budget on unemployment is changing that

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Ordered from Amazon! Thank you for service.

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