Vaccine Clinic Instructions
Please write down your appointment time when you make your appointment so that you don’t forget.
Please allow our staff time to review this appointment request and approve the appointment. Do not submit multiple requests for the same animal.
Spay Arkansas is a non-profit that provides services to low-income families.
All adult pets old enough must be spayed/neutered to utilize our services. If your pet is not spayed/neutered, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment for surgery. We can administer microchips and vaccines at the surgery appointment. No services will be provided to breeders or pets purchased from a breeder or pet store.
Please limit your party to two (2) people as we limit the number of people in our clinic.
- Pull up curbside and remain in your vehicle until a representative assists you. Also, do not arrive more than 5 minutes early to allow enough room in our parking lot.
- Cats must be in a secure carrier.
- Dogs must be on a leash (even if held in your arms), preferably a regular leash, not a retractable one.
- The reservation fee is non-refundable but applied to your services for this appointment. If you do not show up, you forfeit your deposit.
Please remember that there will be a wait time even though you have an appointment slot.
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Available Vaccines and Preventatives
Most vaccines are $15.00 each. We offer DHPP and Bordetella (kennel cough) for dogs, FVRCP for cats, and Rabies (one year) for both.
Microchips are $20.00.
De-wormer starts at $5.00 per dose.
Flea/tick preventatives are $7.00-$45.00, depending on the animal’s size.
- Free: A DHPP is a combination vaccine that includes the following:
- Adenovirus Type 1 (Hepatitis)Adenovirus Type 2 (respiratory disease)Canine DistemperParainfluenza
- Free: An FVRCP is a combination vaccine that includes the following:
- Feline Rhinotracheitis VirusCaliciviral
Recommended Puppy and Kitten Vaccine Schedule
A series of three “core” vaccines (DHPP or FVRCP) is necessary to protect fully from disease.
- First vaccination: approximately two (2) weeks after being weaned (stopped nursing)
- Second vaccination: approximately four (4) weeks following the initial vaccination
- Third vaccination: approximately four (4) weeks later
Vaccine Clinic Policy
We are happy to welcome any spayed or neutered pets at our vaccine clinics. Our vaccine clinics aim to offer affordable services to under-served individuals. Our monthly community vaccine and microchip clinics benefit clients who need the required vaccines for young dogs and cats they plan to have altered or for pets that require additional boosters post-surgery who cannot afford to go to a full-service veterinarian.