Disease prevention is as important to your pet’s health as proper food and exercise. However, high costs of vaccines can put huge dents in our wallets. It’s a good thing the Humane Society of Central Arizona understands the need for low-cost pet vaccines.
Low-Cost Pet Vaccines Available For As Low As $10
The Humane Society of Central Arizona made pet vaccines available to pet owners at very affordable prices last Saturday, May 13. Owners were able to have their pets vaccinated from 8 A.M. to 11 A.M. This event was a huge help to pet owners who could not shell out $75-$100 dollars for their furry family friends’ disease prevention needs.
A puppy needs the core DHLPP (distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvo, and parainfluenza) vaccines in its first 10-12 weeks. A rabies shot is then needed within 12-24 weeks. The HSCAZ offered rabies, Da2PP-CV and Bordatella shots for dogs as well as rabies and Feline 1 – HCP+FeLV for cats.
Dogs — Rabies $10, Da2PP-CV $15, Bordatella $10.
Cats — Rabies $10, Feline 1- HCP+FeLV $25.
Microchips — $20.
Pet vaccines may cost a lot but thanks to associations like Humane Society, you can get your pet safe from diseases at a lower cost.
If you weren’t able to get low-cost pet vaccines for your pet last May 13th, catch the HSCAZ mobile clinic’s next scheduled vaccination. Call (928) 474-5590 to find out when it will visit your area.
Visit the American Kennel Club to find out which pet vaccines you need to get for your new puppy or kitten.
Understand pet vaccines and know when to take your pup or kitten from the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Did you get your pet vaccinated during the HSCAZ event? Let us know about your experience in the comments section below.