Society for California Veterinary Vaccine Care
The SOCIETY FOR CALIFORNIA VETERINARY VACCINE CARE, also known as "SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA VETERINARY VACCINE CLINICS" and "SCVVC", is a Non-Profit 501 (c)(3) corporation "HELPING PROTECT PETS AND PEOPLE".
The SCVVC travels throughout multiple cities in the Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino & San Diego Counties providing quality, low-cost, mobile dog & cat vaccinations, microchipping, and de-wormings. We also offer free behavioral modification/training tips for pets and provide important health care education at no cost to pet owners which help decrease the number of abandoned, surrendered, and euthanized pets.
The SCVVC also rescues and finds loving homes for pets which would otherwise be euthanized due to factors such as age, inability to house at shelters, and other reasons. All pets we adopt out have been given a clean bill of health and have been fully vaccinated, de-wormed, microchipped, spayed or neutered, socialized, and potty-trained.
Our mobile low-cost vaccine clinics are held at animal shelters, community centers, parks, and other locations in the evenings and on weekends to help make it convenient for pet owners to participate. Licensing is also available at most of our clinics for those pet owners' needing this service.
The SCVVC works closely with multiple departments of animal services and other governmental and private entities to promote and offer affordable means of preventive health care for pets and to generate public awareness and involvement on other important animal welfare issues. We also hold and/or participate in various fund-raising and pet adoption events.
Please view our website calendar for our currently scheduled clinics and events.
Veterinary services are provided by State Licensed Veterinarians who are assisted by second year vet students and veterinary health technicians. All SCVVC staff is highly experienced, conscientious, dedicated, and extremely caring.
Please go to the "Vaccine Clinic Schedule" tab on this website to view our complete calendar of upcoming clinics. If you would like to contact us, please email us at email@example.com. We will reply to your email as soon as possible, usually within 24 hours, depending on the volume of emails received.
The SCVVC welcomes and appreciates donations and bequests! All donations are tax-deductible under IRS Code 170(c)(1). Your donations will directly benefit the animals and will not be used for administrative costs. Donations are distribured and used where crucially needed at the time to help fund the actual costs of items such as medical supplies, pet food, bedding and other housing supplies. All standard surgical procedures such as spaying and neutering are provided by veterinarians who volunteer their time and services without charge. Surgeries requiring specialists (such as orthopaedics) may incur costs which are funded by donations.
Your support will truly assist in the SCVVC’s mission to "Help Protect Pets and People" by making a difference in our ability to provide much needed health care to animals which also prevents spread of disease to humans. In addition to health care services, the SCVVC has rescued, fostered, socialized, and adopted out to loving homes, many animals which would otherwise have been euthanized due to the age factor of these animals or even simply lack of room to house these wonderful pets.
Thank YOU for your kindness and making a life-saving difference! May each day be filled with good health and happiness for you and your family, including your extended four-legged family members!
To make a donation of any amount, please go to our "Make a Donation" page and use the secured PayPal link or make a check payable to "SCVVC" and mail it to: P.O. Box 974, Yorba Linda, CA, 92885.
Thank you again for caring and helping! We look forward to meeting you at one of our clinics or other events!
STANTON PET HOSPITAL was originally established over 40 years ago as a full-time, full-service veterinary facility. However, in an effort to protect more pets (and even people) from devestating diseases, the hospital re-directed its focus on providing low-cost, mobile vaccination, de-worming & microchipping clinics to many communities throughout several counties. To meet the growing needs of affordable services for pets and pet owners, Stanton Pet Hospital officially closed its doors in November, 2012 to provide on-going, low-cost mobile services and to be able to continue participating in rescue and adoption services of pets in desperate need of help.
To those who have been clients of Stanton Pet Hospital, we wish to thank all of you for the many years of entrusting us with the care of your pets. We greatly appreciate all of the acknowledgements, compliments and gratitude expressed to us concerning our staff's compassion and dedication for the care of our clieints' pets. We hope to be a continued part of your very special family members' health care needs by seeing you at our mobile clinics! Thank you again for allowing us to help you help you and your pets!
If you need to find a veterinarian, please go to http://www.scvma.org/ to do a search for a list of veterinarians in your area or contact us for a referral. If you would like your pet's hospital medical records sent to another veterinary hospital, please send your request to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, best contact phone number, and your pet's name.