Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic

The Animal Foundation’s Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic offers affordable vaccinations
seven days a week.


If you are bringing a coughing dog to The Animal Foundation, please do NOT bring him or her into the Clinic Lobby.
Instead, please remain in your car or away from the entrance and call 702-384-3333 x170 for assistance.



Whether your pet needs a full set of vaccinations, a microchip, or deworming, our Clinic provides a cost-effective and convenient alternative to traditional veterinary hospitals. Click here to view pricing.

Hours of Operation

The Animal Foundation’s Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic is open seven days a week. No appointment is necessary; vaccinations and microchips are administered on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Monday-Friday: 3:00-6:00pm
  • Saturday-Sunday: 10:00am-3:00pm

Due to the extreme fluctuation in the number of customers visiting the Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic, The Animal Foundation reserves the right to discontinue sign-ins at any time, including before the official closing time of the Clinic. We must take these measures to ensure that our staff can meet the needs of our patrons and to ensure that our Clinic services will always be available to the public.

Our Vaccine clinic is closed to the public on the following holidays:

New Years Day
Easter Sunday
Memorial Day
4th of July
Labor Day
Christmas Eve
New Years Eve

The Animal Foundation’s Low-cost Vaccination Clinic is open seven days a week. Appointments are not accepted. Vaccinations and microchips are administered on a first-come first-served basis. For the safety of our staff and to maintain efficiency owners are not permitted in the exam room with their pet. The duration of your wait may fluctuate between 30 minutes to 2 hours.

Prepare for your clinic visit by printing and completing pet medical forms at home! Click the link below to download a PDF, and bring the filled-out form with you to speed up your sign-in process.

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.