Vaccinating your dog or cat is easy, inexpensive, and can save your pet’s life. The Animal Foundation successfully vaccinated over 15,000 pets last year. Our Low-Cost Vet Clinic is a reliable and affordable resource for keeping your pet’s vaccinations up to date.
Why Vaccinate Your Pet?
Dog vaccines and cat vaccines help protect your pet from contagious diseases, many of which can cause serious illness or death. Vaccinations are important even if your pet is kept indoors as many contagious diseases are airborne and capable of living a long time in any environment. For example, parvovirus is extremely contagious and can be transmitted by any person, animal or object that comes in contact with an infected dog's feces. Highly resistant, the virus can live in the environment for months, and may survive on inanimate objects such as food bowls, shoes, clothes, carpet, and floors.
Disease prevention is always less costly than treating a condition your pet has developed. Returning to the example of parvovirus, treatments for that disease can frequently cost $1,000 or more while our DA2PPV dog vaccine that includes protection against parvovirus is only $25.
- DA2PPV (Distemper, Adenovirus I & II, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus): $25
- Bordetella: $12
- Rabies: $12
- Canine Influenza $20*
- Deworming: $5
*Please note: Two dog shots are required to administer the canine influenza vaccination. The two shots must be given two to four weeks apart. Dogs must be 6 weeks of age or older to start the series.
- FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia): $15
- Feline Leukemia (FELV): $15
- Rabies: $12
- Deworming: $5
Appointments Strongly Recommended to Avoid Extended Wait Time
Due to the extreme fluctuation in the number of customers seeking vaccinations for their pets, The Animal Foundation reserves the right to limit vaccination sign-ins at any time, including before the official closing time of the clinic. This helps ensure that our staff can meet the needs of our patrons and that our vaccination services will always be available to the public.
Are vaccinations all I need to keep my pet healthy?
A vaccination clinic is not a substitute for proper veterinary care. In addition to vaccination against disease, all pets need regular veterinary check-ups. A veterinarian will help you keep your pet healthy and prevent illness by monitoring your pet’s overall health and noticing changes over time. Regular veterinary care will help keep your pet healthy for years to come.
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Prepare for Your Visit
- All cats must arrive in a cat carrier and all dogs must be on a leash.
- Dogs or cats with any signs of illness or that show aggression may not be able to get vaccinations.
- If needed, please bring a muzzle.