VACCINE CLINIC SERVICES

Pet Community Center’s vaccine clinic provides affordable, basic preventive veterinary care for cats and dogs, including vaccinations, microchips, and preventive medications. The clinic is unable to provide medical services to sick or injured animals. If your pet needs medical attention, please contact a full-service veterinarian.

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Dog Services

Prescription Policy


At Pet Community Center, we take pride in providing veterinary care for your pet. It is our goal to take every step possible to ensure that our patients receive the very best pharmaceutical products available. To follow veterinary regulations, Pet Community Center requires a physical exam with one of our veterinarians once yearly to prescribe medications. To purchase veterinary medications, such as flea, tick, or heartworm prevention, please visit our online pharmacy. Our staff is unable to approve any faxed or emailed prescription requests. It is Pet Community Center's policy to provide any written prescriptions requested during the time of your pet's exam. There is no charge for this prescription, and we are happy to answer any questions.




Face Masks


Face Masks: Masks are required for all clients and staff. We will make exceptions only for clients who have severe respiratory issues that prevent them from safely wearing a mask.




Office Visit Fee


There is a $10 office visit fee for all visits to our vaccine clinic. The fee will be waived with proof of government assistance.





Not sure what your pet needs? Click on one of our guides below and learn more!

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Cat Services

Vaccines

Rabies Vaccine (1 year): $15


Required by law for all pets. It protects your dog against rabies - a disease typically transmitted through saliva or bite wounds from other animals that is deadly to both animals and humans.




Rabies Vaccine (3 year): $30


Required by law for all pets. It protects your dog against rabies - a disease typically transmitted through saliva or bite wounds from other animals that is deadly to both animals and humans. You must bring proof of previous rabies vaccine given no longer than one year ago.




Feline FVRCP Vaccine: $15


This vaccine protects against some of the most common (and deadly) diseases. These diseases can last for long periods of time in the environment, so it’s important even for cats who won’t be traveling outside of your home or yard.




FeLV Vaccine: $15


This vaccine protects against Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV). This virus is transmitted when infected cats interact closely with other cats. It can weaken a cat’s immune system, which causes them to get sick more easily and to have a shorter life span.





Prevention

Advantage Multi: $18 (1 month) / $90 (6 months)


Prevents heartworms, fleas, mites, hookworms, roundworms, and ear-mites.




Catego: $12 (1 month)


Prevents fleas, mites, and ticks.




Seresto collar: $58 (8 months)


Prevents fleas and ticks.





Other

Microchips: $15


Microchipping your cat or dog helps you to reunite with your pet if they ever become lost. If your pet gets lost and is taken to a vet or shelter, the unique number on the chip will be scanned and someone will contact you. Includes lifetime registration.




FeLV / FIV Test: $20


Tests for two viruses cats can transmit to other cats. Cats transmit Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) by grooming each other, sharing bowls, and between mother cats and their kittens. Cats transmit Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) through deep bite wounds from fighting. Both diseases can weaken a cat’s immune system and cause them to get sick more easily.




Fecal Test: $20


Tests for parasite eggs in the stool of your pet. Important to know if an additional dewormer is needed, or if you need to be concerned about transmission of the worms to people in your home.




Dewormer: $8-10 per dose


A dewormer for roundworms and hookworms. Especially recommended for cats who go outdoors and may hunt wildlife, which expose your cat to a greater risk of parasite infection. These worms can also be transmitted to humans.





Not sure what your pet needs? Click on one of our guides below and learn more!

Vaccine Clinic Policies

Prescription Policy


At Pet Community Center, we take pride in providing veterinary care for your pet. It is our goal to take every step possible to ensure that our patients receive the very best pharmaceutical products available. To follow veterinary regulations, Pet Community Center requires a physical exam with one of our veterinarians once yearly to prescribe medications. To purchase veterinary medications, such as flea, tick, or heartworm prevention, please visit our online pharmacy. Our staff is unable to approve any faxed or emailed prescription requests. It is Pet Community Center's policy to provide any written prescriptions requested during the time of your pet's exam. There is no charge for this prescription, and we are happy to answer any questions.




Face Masks


Face Masks: Masks are required for all clients and staff. We will make exceptions only for clients who have severe respiratory issues that prevent them from safely wearing a mask.




Office Visit Fee


There is a $10 office visit fee for all visits to our vaccine clinic. The fee will be waived with proof of government assistance.