Veterinary Services

You Have Options

The Humane Society of Pinellas offers a community Pet Hospital near our shelter. With experienced and compassionate staff, our hospital provides full service veterinary care for HSP alumni and our surrounding community. 
As a completely operational veterinary hospital, our dedicated team provides bloodwork, X-rays, dentals, mass removals, wellness visits, and more!

Please note that we are unable to accommodate after-hours emergencies. If you think your pet needs emergency care, please contact:

  • Blue Pearl (open 24 hours) in Clearwater at (727) 572-0132
  • AA Emergency in Palm Harbor at (727) 787-5402

How Can We Lend a Paw?


Spay & Neuter Services

The Humane Society of Pinellas strongly promotes the spaying and neutering of all pets not only to control pet over-population, but also for the health of your pet. Unaltered animals can develop conditions such as testicular, ovarian or mammary cancer, and are more likely to have behavioral concerns such as mounting, urine marking, territorial aggression and excessive vocalization.

Spay and neuter surgeries are by appointment only and are performed at HSP’s Pet Hospital conveniently located at 2907 State Road 590, Suite 5. Spay/Neuter appointments require a $35.00 deposit at the time the appointment is scheduled. Please let us know if your pet has any medical or behavioral conditions so our staff can properly care for your pet.


Euthanasia and Cremation Services

At the Humane Society of Pinellas, we are not only here for your pets throughout their life, but also once they cross the Rainbow Bridge. We believe that your pet should be treated with dignity and respect, and that as their caretaker, you should be able to make an educated end of life option for your loved one. We offer several euthanasia and cremation options and the Humane Society of Pinellas staff are here to guide you and your pet through the process.

Euthanasia

All owner-requested euthanasia requires a medical exam, which is included in the price, as well as proof of ownership. We also ask that you bring any medical records with you, or have your current veterinarian fax them to us at (727) 240-0255. Our veterinarian reserves the right to refuse service.

Being present at your pet’s euthanasia is your own choice – there is no right or wrong option, only the one that best fits you and your pet’s needs.

Cremation

The Humane Society of Pinellas offers two cremation options: communal and private. The communal ashes are not returned, but are scattered respectfully in the Gulf of Mexico. A paw print of the pet is available for all communal cremations. With private cremation, your pet is individually cremated and the ashes are returned to you in your choice of urn. Cremation is performed by Anderson McQueen and fees are dependent on weight. Contact our veterinary staff to allow us to help you make the best decision for you and your pet.

Pet Loss Support

We understand the heartache and grief involved when it comes time to say goodbye to a beloved pet. Through our cremation partner Anderson McQueen, the Humane Society of Pinellas has access to Pet Loss Support Groups led by professional grief counselors. Please inquire at the time of your euthanasia service or visit www.AndersonMcQueen.com.

Payments We Accept

If you are needing financial assistance, here are some veterinary payment plans that the pet hospital accepts.

The Humane Society of Pinellas is dedicated to providing quality medical care at affordable rates to the animals of your family. To assist you in your medical expenses, our Pet Hospital accepts Scratch Pay.

CareCredit is a healthcare credit card designed for the health and wellness needs of your family and your pets. Use it to pay for expenses not covered by medical insurance. Special financing options are available that you may not be able to get with other cards.


Request An Appointment Online

If this is an emergency, or if your pet needs urgent care, please call us at (727) 791‑6782 for a faster response. For after hour emergencies, please contact your local emergency veterinarian immediately.