Enjoy the convenience and speed of our walk-in vaccine clinic. No appointment necessary. Come on in during our scheduled walk-in hours for fast, low-cost vaccines.
We strive to make this possible with lower than average pricing, sustained by treating as many pets as we can. Whenever possible, we will provide resources for our clients and patients to help cover the necessary costs associated with unexpected care and life-saving treatments.
Please bring a copy of your pet's current record of rabies vaccination. If the records aren't current, we will be happy to update them for your pet.
Price includes pain medication to be used at home as well as a follow-up exam scheduled 10-14 days after the procedure. Additional charges may apply for animals who are obese, in heat, pregnant, or have a disease or other problem with their reproductive system.
For the safety of pets over 5 years old, a comprehensive consultation with the veterinarian will be required prior to performing the procedure.
This can be a tricky question for an owner to try to decide. There are so many different options and every pet's needs is different. Here at Community Vet, we will take the time to go over your pet's vaccine history and come up with the correct protection for your pet with you.
The short answer: Yes. Older animals still need vaccines. A way to consider this question is as an animal — or people for that matter — ages, their immune system does not get stronger. In fact, it becomes weaker. Protecting our senior pets from preventable illness is so important to us here at Community Vet and providing vaccines is a safe, low-cost way to do that.
We will help you advocate for them!