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Being a responsible pet owner can be difficult in these tough economic times. However, it is still important that your pet receive yearly vaccinations to keep them safe from various diseases.  Did you know that California state law requires that dogs over the age of four months must have a current rabies vaccine? And in the County of Riverside, all dogs and cats over four months of age must be microchipped?  

We offer convenient vaccination and microchip services by appointment. Appointments are available up to seven days in advance and quickly fill up. New appointments are added every Sunday for the following week (excluding major holidays). 

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Clinic Hours and Appointments

Appointments are highly encouraged. Each pet appointment lasts for 10 minutes. Walk-ins may be accepted during clinic hours for an additional $10 fee (per client). We are unable to accept walk-ins past 1 p.m. 

Please note:

  • To access the appointment calendar you will need to complete the personal and animal information sections.
  • If you are requesting a 3-year Rabies vaccine, we will need proof of previous Rabies vaccine during your appointment. 

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What to Bring to Your Appointment

  • Please bring your dog(s) on a leash and cat(s) inside a cat carrier (one cat per carrier).
  • Collars and ID tags on your pets are recommended.
If we are unable to safely handle an animal at the time of the vaccination, we may recommend you seek vaccination services with your veterinarian. 

 

Vaccine and Microchip Fees*

  • Canine DA2PPV: $18
  • Canine Bordatella:  $18
  • Feline FVRCP:  $18
  • Rabies (required):  $10
  • Microchip (includes registration):  $21
  • Dewormer (puppies/kittens):  $8
  • Walk-in (subject to availability):  $10

DOG VACCINATION SCHEDULE

Your dog will need a series of vaccinations. To ensure proper immunity or protection from often fatal diseases such as Distemper and Parvo, it is important to complete the whole series.

Vaccination Schedule:

6-8 weeks: DA2PP & BORDATELLA
10-12 weeks: DA2PP & BORDATELLA
16 weeks: DA2PP & RABIES*
1 year later: DA2PP, BORDATELLA & RABIES
Annually: DA2PP & BORDATELLA
Every 3 years: RABIES


RABIES (Age: 4 months & older)
Rabies vaccines help protect against this fatal disease and is required for licensing. The initial rabies vaccination is good for 1 year, regardless of the dog's age. The second rabies vaccination is good for 3 years if dog is over 1 year old and has proof of prior licensing or proof of prior vaccination by a licensed United States veterinarian.

*The initial rabies vaccination will need to be repeated in one year. Discuss a vaccination plan with your veterinarian. Also, talk with your Veterinarian about other vaccines available.


DA2PP (Age: 6-8 weeks & older)
"DA2PP" or "4-in-1". "Distemper", 2 types of "Adenovirus" (Hepatitis), "Parainfluenza" (Flu), and "Parvo Virus". These are very contagious & potentially fatal diseases. Age 6 to 16 weeks: Initial series of 3 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Older than 16 weeks: Initial series of 2 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, the first booster is recommended in one year, and additional boosters are recommended every 12 to 36 months.


BORDETELLA (Age: 8 weeks & older)
"Bronchiseptica Bacterin" (upper respiratory bacterial infection.) All ages: Initial series of 3 vaccines administered 2 to 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, annual boosters are recommended, and sometimes more frequently depending on exposure to other dogs and other factors.


CAT VACCINATIONS

Your cat will need a series of vaccinations. To insure proper immunity or protection from diseases common to cats, it is important to complete the entire series.

Cat Vaccination Schedule:

• 8 weeks: FVRCP
• 10-12 weeks: FVRCP & FELV
• 16 weeks: FVRCP, FELV & Rabies*
• 1 year later: FVRCP, FELV & Rabies
• Annually every year: FVRCP & FELV
• Annually every 3 years: Rabies

* The initial rabies vaccination will need to be repeated in one year. Discuss a vaccination plan with your veterinarian. Also, talk with your veterinarian about other vaccines that may be necessary if your cat is going to be outdoors.


RABIES (Age: 4 months & older)
Rabies vaccination helps protect against this fatal disease, even for indoor cats. Good for 3 years if cat is over 1 year old and has proof of prior licensing or proof of prior vaccination by a licensed United States veterinarian. Otherwise, the vaccine is good for 1 year, regardless of cat's age. "Purevax", a non-adjuvant vaccine, can help decrease the risk of cats developing sarcomas (cancer) associated with Rabies vaccinations. It is always a one-year vaccine.


FVRCP (Age: 8 weeks & older)
"3-in-1". "Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis", "Calici ", and "Panleukopenia" which are serious upper respiratory infections. Age 8 to 16 weeks: Initial series of 3 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Older than 16 weeks: Initial series of 2 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, annual boosters are recommended.


FELV (Age: 10 weeks & older)
"Feline Leukemia" is a highly contagious and potentially fatal disease. 10 weeks and older: Initial series of 2 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, annual boosters are recommended.

Need your pet spayed or neutered?

We offer low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter services at our Spay/Neuter Clinic. Prices vary between $50-$160. Please click here for more info. 

*Prices are subject to change without notice