Community Veterinary Center
Accessible, affordable veterinary care and spay/neuter are an important part of creating a healthy community for cats and dogs. That’s why the ASPCA provides subsidized, basic and preventative vet care and spay/neuter services directly to underserved communities and animals at the ASPCA Community Veterinary Center in Liberty City.
The Community Veterinary Center, built in partnership with Miami-Dade County and operated by the ASPCA, is located at 1320 NW 62nd Street in Liberty City, a neighborhood within the City of Miami, Florida. The center is located between NW 13th Ct. and NW 13th Ave., just east of African Square Park.
The goal of the center is to provide veterinary services and support to pet owners, so we can keep people and their pets together, and improve animals’ lives.
The Community Veterinary Center provides free and subsidized basic and preventative vet care to animals within Liberty City. However, services are available by appointment only to pets throughout Miami-Dade County.
The ASPCA offers primary pet care services including:
- Free or low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter surgery for cats and dogs. Spay/Neuter services will be at a limited capacity. Continue to check here for updates.
- For pet surgery eligibility visit our Frequently Asked Questions
- Physical exam by a veterinarian, consultation and treatment recommendation
- Preventative treatments like vaccines and flea control
- Microchipping and deworming
- Treatment of respiratory and eye infections
- Treatment of skin disease and ear infections
- Miami-Dade Animal Services one- and three-year license (tag)
- Visit our Frequently Asked Questions to learn if you are eligible for a discounted license and for locations where Miami-Dade County residents can purchase a license.
- Humane euthanasia will be available when necessary to relieve suffering and allow owners to make compassionate end-of-life decisions for their pets.
The ASPCA Community Veterinary Center does not offer:
- Grooming or routine nail trims
- Pet Boarding
- X-rays, blood work or ultrasound
- Overnight hospitalization
- Treatments for emergency services:
- Excessive bleeding
- Unresponsive pet
- Difficulty breathing
- Actively seizing
- Fractures (hit by cars)
Please note: If your pet requires emergency medical care, go to an emergency veterinary hospital immediately.
To find a full-service veterinarian for medical emergencies in your area, please visit the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) website which will assist you in locating an accredited veterinary practice.
Tuesday through Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
The ASPCA Community Veterinary Center requires advance appointments for all cases and does not accept walk-ins.
The ASPCA Community Veterinary Center is located at 1320 NW 62nd St Miami, Florida, 33147 (62nd Ave and 13th St.)
Who We Serve
The CVC provides basic veterinary care to Miami-Dade County residents and has staff that speaks English, Spanish, Creole-Haitian and Portuguese. You must be 18 years or older to receive services for pets.
The CVC provides partially subsidized services to all Miami-Dade residents. You may qualify for further financial assistance if you receive public assistance. To apply, please bring one of the following documents with you:
- Public Housing
- Proof of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits
- Food Stamps
- Food and Nutrition Services
- Jackson Memorial Hospital Clinic Care
Thank you for your interest in the ASPCA Community Veterinary Center. Miami-Dade County residents may contact us via our helpline for additional questions or to schedule an appointment at (844) 692-7722 (1-844-MY-ASPCA) and press option three for Miami.
If you are able, please see the Frequently Asked Questions webpage for information about our services before calling.
If calling for an appointment, please note that while our wish is to be able to assist every animal possible, we are limited to the number of animals we can effectively see on a daily basis. Appointments fill quickly, and there may be limited to no availability in the time frame needed for your pet. If this is the case, we may refer you to alternative resources based on the medical need of your pet.
Please note: The ASPCA Veterinary Center only treats cats and dogs.
This veterinary center does not accept animals for surrender and does not adopt animals out.