- Same-day services are not offered. Please contact Advanced Veterinary Specialists or Central Coast Pet Emergency Hospital for emergency care.
- Plan ahead! Book your appointments now for 2022.
- Please be patient with us and other local veterinarians as we all work toward helping meet the community’s needs!
Providing affordable, high-quality veterinary care to the Santa Barbara & Santa Maria Valley communities.
Post-Surgical Care for Your Pet
Need a copy of your pet's medical records?
Please Note: Treatments listed are correct, but “medical notes” before 7/14/2022 are inaccurate due to a software change.
If you are unable to locate your pet’s medical records using the method above, or if you need complete medical records prior to 7/14/2022, please fill out the Alternate Medical Records Request form below as accurately as possible to get your records to you in a timely manner. We will only send records to owners. For accuracy, hospitals must ask pet owners to place the requests.
Please Note: It can take approximately one week for records to be emailed to you.
Santa Barbara Clinic
Santa Maria Clinic
NOTE: Clinic hours vary and are by appointment only.
- 2–30 lbs. $125
- 31–60 lbs. $150
- 61–90 lbs. $200
- 91+ lbs. $250
- Male $75
- Female $95
Additional services that may be required
- Cryptorchid $40–$100
Testicle(s) not descended
- Umbilical Hernia Repair $30–$75
- Dewclaw Removals $50–$150
- IV Catheter & Fluids $50
We recommend IV catheters & fluid support for surgery patients aged five to seven. This service is required for all patients eight or older.
- Pre-Operative Blood Work $80
We recommend pre-operative blood work for surgery patients aged five to seven. This service is required for all patients eight or older. This should be completed at least 24 hours before surgery is performed.
- Rabies Vaccine $15
- Distemper-Parvo Vaccine $20
- Bordetella (Kennel Cough) Vaccine $20
- Leptospirosis Vaccine $20
- K9 Influenza Bivalent Vaccine $25
- Heartworm Test $25
- Roundworm & Hookworm Deworming $10
- Tapeworm Deworming (2–30 lbs.) $20
- Tapeworm Deworming (31+ lbs.) $40
- PureVax Rabies Vaccine (1 year) $20
- PureVax Rabies Vaccine (3 year) $60
- FVRCP Vaccine $20
- Feline Leukemia Vaccine $20
All cats must be tested for Leukemia prior to beginning Leukemia vaccination series.
- FIV/FeLV Test $40
- Flea Control (1-month supply) $25
- Flea Control (3-month supply) $63
- Cats $15
- Dogs $25
- Microchip $25
- Skin infections and other skin conditions
- Ear infections and other ear problems
- Eye conditions
- Anal gland expression
- Fecal testing
- Wound care for cuts, scrapes, bites, and other injuries
- Abscesses, some mass removals, and some other surgeries
- Blood tests and lab work
- Dental cleanings and extractions
- End-of-life counseling, euthanasia, and cremation information and appointments. CLICK HERE
Due to the generosity of community funders, Santa Barbara Humane offers a medical assistance program in Santa Maria to provide support to those who cannot afford care. Low-income-qualified families currently utilizing a need-based assistance program such as MediCal, MediCaid, WIC, CalWORKS, BIA general assistance, CalFresh, SSI, SSD, Section 8 housing, or major VA disability can receive assistance. If you would like to see if your circumstances qualify, view the requirements here:
- Client must provide proof of public assistance. Limited exceptions can be made at the discretion of the VP of Veterinary Medicine or Veterinary Practice Manager.
- Assistance is intended for one visit per pet.
- Additional assistance/visits must be approved on a case-by-case basis by the VP of Veterinary Medicine or Veterinary Practice Manager.
- Because the organization is donor-funded, pet owners are encouraged to pay whatever portion of services they can afford.
- Unfortunately, we cannot support any medical conditions that require hospitalization through this fund at this time.
- If Santa Barbara Humane is unable to provide care due to limitations or restricted conditions, staff will offer recommendations for veterinary care/services. If suffering is present and humane euthanasia is recommended, we can provide assistance.
When your pet needs quality veterinary care, Santa Barbara Humane can help.
Affordable services are a critical part of our continued commitment to the animals and people who love them on the Central Coast. Funding from community members in support of affordable and sometimes free care is vital to serving those who need it most.
When you contribute, you are part of the mission too.
Any money the organization collects as part of your pet’s care provides an opportunity to help more. When you choose either of Santa Barbara Humane’s campuses in Santa Maria or Santa Barbara to spay or neuter your pet, to provide his/her vaccinations, or another service, you are supporting the transport program to bring in animals for adoption from overcrowded shelters. You are supporting the medical care homeless animals may need upon arrival and you are helping fellow community members who may need financial support to have the same service for their pets.
Limited preventative medications are also offered for sale in the clinics. These include flea and heartworm medications.
Our precautions for visiting during COVID-19
To protect the health of our staff, volunteers, and guests, we’ve implemented safety protocols for adoptions, veterinary appointments, and animal intakes. Please read our FAQs During COVID-19 to help you plan your visit.