We offer a Vaccine Clinic once a month, weather permitting.
Please see our Facebook page for upcoming clinic dates!
- Distemper/Parvo Vaccine (dog) – $15
- HCPCH (cat) Vaccine – $15
- Bordetella Vaccine – $15
- Rabies Vaccine – $10
- Microchip – $15
- De-Worming Medicine – $5/Dose
- Flea Treatments:
- $20 (3 month – Dog Only)
- $10 (1 month – Cat or Dog)
What is the Distemper/ Parvo (combo) Vaccine?
The DAPPV (combo) vaccine is a modified live virus vaccine for the vaccination of healthy dogs as an aid in the prevention of a disease caused by Canine Distemper virus, Canine Adenovirus type 1 (hepatitis), Canine Parainfluenza and Canine Parvovirus.
What is the Bordetella Vaccination?
The Bordetella is a noncore vaccine that is given to dogs that are frequently exposed to dogs in boarding or social settings; that is because Bordetella bronchiseptica is the most common bacterial agent responsible for “kennel cough” in dogs.
The rabies vaccination is an excellent preventative of this fatal illness, transmittable across many different species, including humans
** we offer a ONE YEAR RABIES VACCINE**
What is the cat distemper/ Panleuk combo vaccine?
The HCPCH vaccine is a modified live virus and chlamydia vaccine for the vaccination of healthy cats and aid in the disease caused by feline rhinotracheitis, calci, and panleukopenia viruses and chlamydia psittatci.
- Rhinotracheitis: respiratory disease caused by herpesvirus -1. “Rhinotracheitis” means inflammation of the nose, windpipe, or trachea.
- Calicivirus: a highly contagious virus that causes a mild to severe respiratory infection and oral disease in cats.
- Panleukopenia Virus: a viral disease in cats often called feline distemper, however it mimics in cats the parvovirus symptoms seen in dogs (namely vomiting and uncontrollable diarrhea). It is highly contagious and can be fatal, especially in kittens.
- Chlamydia psittatci: infection caused by a bacterial organism (called Chlamydia Felis)
At the shelter we use “Pyrantel”, it is used to treat intestinal roundworm, hookworm, and stomach worms.
An implant of a microchip under the skin of a domestic animal, as a means of identification. The shelter will take the microchip number provided with the microchip and will transfer the microchip into the owners name, so that if the animal is lost; the person that found the animal can take the animal to a local shelter or a vet to be scanned. An animal with a microchip, the owner can be notified the animal is found, and the location of the animal.
Dog: (3-month or 1-month option available)
- 3-month (must be 6 months of age): Bravecto (kills fleas, prevents flea infestations, and kills ticks)
- 1-month: Vectra (kills fleas, prevents flea infestations, and kills ticks)
Cat: (1- month option available)
- 1- month: Revolution (a topical that protects your cats from heartworm disease, kills and controls fleas.