Many nonprofit financial aid-related and government-assisted animal organizations provide free vaccinations for pets, states the Humane Society of the United States. The animal services centers of some cities, such as San Antonio and Austin, also offer free vaccination services to qualified residents.
Some organizations, such as the Sam Simon Foundation and the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium, provide free veterinary care through mobile and pop-up clinics, as these organizations explain. The SSF surgery clinic gives the distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus and parainfluenza vaccine and the rabies vaccine to pets prior to spaying/neutering, while the SFCCC pop-up clinics provide services to pets of homeless residents of San Francisco.
The Animal Care Services of San Antonio administers free rabies vaccines at CNSI vaccination clinics available in select areas in the city, states SanAntonio.gov. The Austin Animal Center also offers free vaccines for dogs and cats before the spay/neuter surgery that may also be available for free, according to AustinTexas.gov.