Low Cost Pet Vaccination and Microchip

LOW COST PET VACCINATION AND MICROCHIP CLINICS

Sponsored by the City of Rosemead - Services provided by the SCVVC.

Fourth WEDNESDAY of each month, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm at Zapopan Park (next to the Public Safety Office), 8301 Garvey Avenue, Rosemead 91770

For complete details on clinic participation requirements, or other pet health care information, visit www.heart4pets.org. Email heart4pets.info@gmail.com or call (714) 993-9193.

For pet licensing, adoptions, ordinance and other pet-related information, contact the City of Rosemead Code Enforcement at (626) 569-2292.

  • Clinic is held on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Pet Owners must be at least 18 years old to participate
  • All pets must be on leashes or in carriers
  • Only healthy and non-pregnant animals will be vaccinated
  • Bring License tag, License Renewal Notice, or prior rabies certificate to receive a 3-year Rabies vaccines (otherwise vaccine is good for 1 year). Bring other vaccine records if possible.
  • If you have a CAT, proceed immediately to Cashier's table
  • $2 hazardous material disposal fee will be charged per pet
  • $3 cash discount price per pet
  • CASH or DEBIT/CREDIT CARD ONLY for all veterinary services

NOTIFY OUR STAFF UPON YOUR ARRIVAL IF YOUR PET HAS EVER HAD A REACTION TO A VACCINE, HAS RECENTLY SHOWN ANY SIGN OF ILLNESS, IS ON MEDICATION OR UNDERGOING TREATMENT FOR ANY MEDICAL CONDITION, IF IT IS NURSING PUPPIES, OR IF IT MIGHT BE PREGNANT.

MICROCHIPS FOR DOGS & CATS $30
(Includes AVID PetTrac Registration & 24/7 Lost Pet Recovery Assistance)

DEWORMING & FLEA/TICK CONTROL FOR DOGS & CATS
Prices vary depending on pet's weight

DOG VACCINES

RABIES $7 (Age: 3 months & older)

All dogs 3 months old & older must be vaccinated for rabies and licensed. Vaccines are 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 Veterinarian in the U.S. Otherwise, vaccine is good for 1 year, regardless of dog's age.

DHP or DHHP $20 (Age: 6 weeks & older)

"4-in-1", "Distemper", "Hepatitis", "Parainfluenza" & "Parvo Virus" (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, then boosters are recommended every 12 to 36 months.

BORDETELLA w/PARAINFLUENZA $15 (Age: 4 weeks & older)

"Bronchiseptica Bacterin" (Upper respiratory bacterial infection). Age 6 to 16 weeks: Initial series of 3 vaccines administered 2 to 4 weeks apart. Older than 16 weeks: Initial series of 2 vaccines administered 2 to 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, 6 month or annual boosters are recommended, depending on exposure.

LYME $22 (Age: 9 weeks and older)

"Borrelia Burgdorfen". A tick-borne disease. Only recommended for dogs in areas where tick infestation is a problem. All ages: Initial series of 2 vaccines administered 2 to 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, annual boosters are recommended.

CAT VACCINES

RABIES $7 (Age: 6 weeks & older)
or "PUREVAX" $20 (1 year Rabies) or "PUREVAX" $48 (3 year Rabies)

Even indoor cats are at risk of contracting this fetal disease. Vaccine is good for 3 years if cat is over 1 year and has proof of prior vaccination by a licensed U.S. veterinarian. Otherwise, vaccine is good for 1 year, regardless of cat's age. "Purevax" vaccine can help reduce the risk of cats developing sarcomas (cancer) sometimes associated with rabies vaccinations. It is always a one-year vaccine. Cat licensing is recommended, but not required.

FVRCP $20 (AGE: 6 weeks & older)

"3-in-1". "Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis", "Calici", and "Panleukopenia" are serious upper respiratory infections. 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, annual boosters are recommended.

FELV $22 (Age: 8 weeks & older)

"Feline Leukemia" is a highly contagious and potentially fatal disease. 8 weeks and older: Initial series of 2 vaccines administered 3-4 weeks apart. Thereafter, annual boosters are recommended.

Ideally, pets should receive one of their sets of initial vaccines between the age of 14-16 weeks to achieve the best immunity against diseases. During your pet's vaccine series, do not wait longer than 6 weeks apart to have your pet vaccinated. All pets adopted from shelters should receive vaccine boosters 1 month after adoption.