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Low-cost vaccines for dogs and cats at clinic

Published: Monday, March 17, 2014 10:13 a.m. CST

SPAY ILLINOIS will host a low-cost pet vaccine clinic from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, at the DeKalb County Animal Welfare Shelter, 16173 Baseline Road in Genoa.

The clinic is by appointment only; call 877-475-7729 to schedule an appointment. Payment must be made by cash, debit or major credit card. Personal checks will not be accepted. The clinic is open to everyone; no income or residency restrictions apply.

The clinic will offer one-year rabies vaccines for $18 plus the cost of county tag; three-year rabies vaccines for $35 plus the cost of county tag; 5-in-1 distemper combo for $15; 6-in-1 distemper combo for $20; Bordetella vaccine for $15; Lyme vaccine for $20; Leptospirosis vaccine for $15; heartworm testing for $20; microchip for $25; 4-in-1 FVRCP distemper combo for cats for $15; FeLV vaccine for $20; FeLV/FIV testing for $25; fecal testing for $15. A $2 medical waste fee applies to properly dispose of needles. A Well Dog Pack is available for $65 and includes one-year rabies vaccine, 6-in-1 distemper combo, Bordetella vaccine, and heartworm test. Puppy Packs and Kitty Packs also are available and include beginning vaccines for puppies and kittens. Low-cost heartworm prevention and flea/tick medication will be available. There is no exam fee.

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