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Posted on: January 2, 2019

Low-Cost Pet Care Clinic set for January 9th

The monthly clinic held at the Bell Tower Regional Community Center will be changed from the usual first Wednesday in January. First Wednesday clinics will resume in February.

The Healthcare & Emergency Animal Rescue Team (HEART) provides vaccinations, de-worming, microchipping, flea and tick control and, if time allows, nail trims for dogs and cats at the Bell Tower Regional Community Center on the first Wednesday of each month. Please visit their website or click here to view a detailed flyer for more information. Cash or credit card ($3 additional processing fee per pet) only; checks are not accepted. Those who have a cat or have pre-paid for vaccines do not need to wait in line and may proceed directly to the cashier table. All others will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis (with the exception of those who are physically unable to stand in line).

 Vaccines for dogs include:

Rabies - $7.00

DHP/DHPP - $20.00

Bordetella - $15.00

Lyme - $22.00

Microchip - $30.00

$2.00 hazardous materials disposal fee per pet


Vaccines for cats include:

Rabies - (killed virus) Purevax - $20.00 (1 yr) $48.00 (3 yr)

FVRCP "3-in-1" - $20.00

FELV - $22.00

Microchip - $30.00

$2.00 hazardous materials disposal fee per pet

Important Rabies Information

Please bring a prior Rabies Certificate and other vaccination records with you. A 3-year Rabies Certificate can only be issued if you provide a prior Rabies Certificate. Otherwise, you will receive a 1-year Rabies Certificate.

"HEART" (aka "SCVVC") is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to saving lives and improving pet and wild animal health, safety, and welfare.

Prices are subject to change; clinic will cancel in the event of rain.



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