Clinic Services

Gardnar Mulloy Pet Rescue Clinic

The Humane Society of Greater Miami offers a low-cost, spay and neuter and preventive health care clinic in North Miami Beach to serve the pets of South Florida. Preventative care includes: Vaccinations, Preventative Tests, Prevention Medication, and Purchasing County Tags. Humane Euthanasia is offered at the discretion of the clinic manager and/or attending doctor. Cremation services are offered for all animals.

Clinic Appointments

Appointments are available for Vaccinations, Preventative Tests, Prevention Medication, County Tags, or Euthanasia/Cremation Services.

Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your scheduled time. Enter through the main doors and check in at our front counter. Please ensure dogs are on a leash and cats are in carriers at all times.

Walk-ins will be accommodated on a space-available basis.

Low-Cost Spay and Neuter

Spaying and neutering are routine surgeries that sterilize animals, involving the removal of specific reproductive organs under general anesthesia. The procedure poses minimal risk under proper veterinary care, and pets typically recover within one or two days. “Spaying” is for females, while “neutering” applies to both genders. This promotes a longer, healthier, and happier life for pets, improving behavior, reducing the risk of roaming, fighting, and contributing to the pet overpopulation issue.

Low-Cost Vaccines and Other Preventive Care

The Humane Society of Greater Miami offers a low-cost, spay and neuter and preventive health care clinic in North Miami Beach to serve the pets of South Florida. Preventative care includes: Vaccinations, Preventative Tests, Prevention Medication, and Purchasing County Tags. Humane Euthanasia is offered at the discretion of the clinic manager and/or attending doctor. Cremation services are offered for all animals.

Community Cats

Community cats are defined as un-owned cats whose “home” is within the community rather than in an individual household. A community cat can be a friendly cat that is well socialized, a fearful or shy cat, or a feral cat that will hide from people. Some of our community cats are fed by residents and some may scavenge for food. In Miami-Dade County there are more than 300,000 homeless cats. Cats can start breeding at four months of age and can have up to four liters a year with up to six kittens a litter.

Oaklawn Pet Cemetery

No longer by my side, but forever in my heart.

Established in 1940, the Humane Society of Greater Miami’s Oaklawn Pet Cemetery serves as a final resting place for beloved pets. Offering a dignified farewell, it provides a peaceful sanctuary for remembrance, open 24/7. Learn more about laying your pet to rest and memorializing them with engraved bricks in our brochure. Your customized brick supports animals at the Humane Society of Greater Miami.

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