Vaccine Clinic

Does Your Pet Need Their Vaccinations?

The Vaccine Clinic is temporarily suspended until further notice.  A technician appointment is currently required until further notice.


Come on over ANY TIME that we are open, 9am – 4pm, Monday – Saturday.  NO APPOINTMENT OR EXAM NEEDED!

Just a few things to keep in mind:
If you have more than one pet you are bringing in or a fearful or aggressive pet, we strongly recommend
scheduling a morning tech appointment (no additional charge) so that we have a room available to use.

If you have previous vaccine records from a previous veterinary clinic, please bring these with you. It will help us to make
recommendations on specific vaccines. We also will need visual proof of previous rabies vaccination if
you are wanting a 3 year vaccine.

There may possibly be a wait when you arrive. The wait is dependent on staff availability and other walk-ins (first
come, first serve). We recommend avoiding the first and last hour of the day.

We reserve the right to not vaccinate if we are concerned about the health and well-being of your pet.

It’s always a good idea to have had a recent appointment/exam with a veterinarian prior to vaccination in case a
current health issue is diagnosed that could cause issues with vaccinations.

We typically will bring your pet to the treatment area of our clinic to administer the vaccinations. This
improves the efficiency of the vaccine clinic since our doctors are more readily available. If you would
like to be present for the vaccines, it will likely be a longer wait for doctor and room availability.
If you are wanting additional services (ie. Anal gland expression, nail trim, microchip, etc), we ask that
you schedule a tech appointment.


-Rabies: $24
-DHPP (canine distemper/parvo): $24
-Leptosporosis: $29
-Bordatella: $24
-Feline Panleukopenia / calicivirus with feline leukemia: $39