Your generosity ensures that Camden County Animal Shelter is able to continue to save the lives of thousands of animals every year.

Types of Clinics
In-Shelter Walk-in Vaccine Clinic
Cats & Dogs
Open to the Public
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9:00 am to 10:30 am
Held at CCAS in Blackwood - No appointment necessary for vaccine clinic

Spay/Neuter Surgery Clinic
Cats & Dogs
Open to the Public
Must Call for an Appointment
Held at CCAS in Blackwood by appointment only

Please note: Adoption has different hours than the clinic, please refer to Hours of Operations for Adoption Hours.

Why Provide Spay/Neuter Clinics?
Did you know that in 6 years, one female dog and her offspring can give birth to 67,000 puppies? In 7 years, a single female cat and her young can produce 420,000 kittens! Because of all this overpopulation, between four million and six million pets are euthanized every year and only one in 10 animals born in the U.S. gets a good home that lasts a lifetime.
A Vision of a No-kill County
The Camden County Animal Shelter has a goal of a no-kill county. This can only be achieved through massive spay/neuter efforts. CCAS is doing our part by offering low-cost services to the public in the form of spay/neuter, vaccinations, and medical services. We need you to do your part. Please ensure that your pets are spayed/neutered and not contributing to the overpopulation problem. Talk to friends, family, and coworkers about the importance of spay/neuter. If you are feeding a stray or feral cat, please make sure it is fixed and eartipped. For information regarding trapping feral cats, please see our Learn More about Feral Cats section.
You Can Help

CCAS is doing everything we can in order to help reduce the overpopulation problems plaguing our community, but we can't do it by ourselves. To truly have a lasting effect, we need you to do your part in spreading word of our goals and helping us achieve them. Here's a few things you can do to help: