Appointments

Community Clinic Appointments

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our online appointment system for new clients. If you’re a new client, please email us at communityclinic@laspca.org to request an appointment.

Thank you for choosing the Louisiana SPCA Community Clinic to care for your pet! Please read the important information below!

Due to the high-volume of calls we receive, we highly encourage you to schedule an appointment online. You can also use our booking system to keep up-to-date with your pet’s medical history and appointment reminders. Simply click the button below to choose a time that works best for you!

If you’re having a difficult time scheduling your appointment online, please email info@laspca.org.

Appointment Arrival Protocol

As we start to reopen our Community Clinic following Hurricane Ida please make note of our modified arrival instructions. 

  • Although our Community Clinic is reopening, our sheltering services are not yet. As a result, our main gates will remain closed. All clients will need to arrive at our back gate on Hendee Street for the time being.
  • From our front gate on LB Landry, please make a right on Socrates, then another immediate right on to Hendee Street.
  • When you arrive at our gate on Hendee Street, call 504.762.3355 to check-in with our reception desk and remain in your vehicle with your pet(s) until a member of our team can escort you through our back gates safely. 
  • Only one person is allowed inside the exam room and a mask is required for entry.  Staff members will be placed appropriately throughout the building to guide you through this process to keep you and your animals safe.  We appreciate your patience.  LASPCA

We truly appreciate your patience with these modified arrival instructions. We are working as quickly as possible to return veterinary services to our community!

Can you believe there are veterinarians across the country that have never seen a case of Heartworm disease before? Heartworm disease is rampant in the south and the Greater New Orleans region is no exception. Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal condition caused by parasitic worms living in the arteries of the lungs and heart of cats, dogs and other mammals. All cats and dogs are susceptible to infection. Heartworm disease is completely preventable and treatment is safe and inexpensive! Some treatment options include chewable tablets, topicals or injections.  The key is to provide Heartworm preventatives properly and on a timely schedule each month.

Online Pharmacy

Did you know you can order your pet’s medicine and have it delivered right to your door?

Did you know a $50 donation can provide annual vaccinations for a shelter dog