Animal Samaritans

Vaccinations

In-Clinic Services

Animal Samaritans SPCA offers quality, affordable vaccinations and other services. For your pet's protection,  please make sure his/her vaccinations are current.

NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED:
Monday - Saturday,
9:30am to 4:00pm

VACCINATION COSTS

Dogs:
DA2PP: $21
Bordatella: $16
Rabies: $16
Cats:
FVRCP: $16
FELV: $21
Rabies: $16
 

KITTENS

8 Weeks of Age:
  • 1st FVRCP shot (rhinotracheities, calicivirus, distemper)
  • Test for FELV (feline leukemia). *Exam needed for test.  If your kitten has feline luekemia, vaccinating him will not help. If he is disease-free, you will want to protect him through vaccinations.
11-12 Weeks of Age (or 3-4 weeks later):
  • 2nd FVRCP shot
  • 1st FELV shot
14-15 Weeks of Age (3-4 weeks later):
  • 3rd (and final) FVRCP shot
  • 2nd (and final) FELV shot
17-18 Weeks of Age (and 3-4 weeks later):
  • Rabies shot *Give annually for the first two years of your dog's life; afterwards, vaccinate him against rabies every 3 years.
*Annual booster shots for CATS--1 year from last vaccination:
  • For adult cats, we recommend you vaccinate against FVRCP and FELV viruses annually. However, Some veterinary clinics and veterinarians differ. Consult your pet's doctor prior to vaccinating him to determine what's best for your pet.

PUPPIES

8 Weeks of Age:
  • 1st DA2PP (distemper, adenovirus type 2, parainfluenza, parvovirus)
11-12 Weeks of Age (or 3-4 weeks later):
  • 2nd DA2PP
  • 1st Bordetella (kennel cough)
14-15 Weeks of Age (3-4 weeks later):
  • 3rd (and final) DA2PP
  • 2nd (and final) Bordetella
17-18 Weeks of Age (3-4 weeks later):
  • Rabies shot. *Give annually the first two years of your dog's life; afterwards, vaccinate him against rabies every 3 years. Some veterinary clinics and veterinarians differ. Consult your pet's doctor prior to vaccinating him to determine what's best for your pet.
*Annual booster shots for DOGS--1 year from last vaccination:
  • For adult dogs, we recommend you vaccinate against DA2PP and Bordetella viruses annually. However, Some veterinary clinics and veterinarians differ. Consult your pet's doctor prior to vaccinating him to determine what's best for your pet.

FOR ADULT DOGS & CATS (animals over 4 months of age):
Recommended schedules vary by the lifestyle of the pet. Please inquire when you come in and we will go over your pet's needs with you and make a recommendation.

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