Vaccine Clinic

Cat receiving vaccine from ARC staff
We want your pet to live a long and healthy life. For that reason, ARC offers low-cost vaccines and prevention alongside our surgical services and at our regularly scheduled Vaccine Clinics.
To book an appointment we are requiring a $25 deposit to hold your spot. We have an increase in demand for appointments and the deposit is meant to help with the no show rate. The $25 will be credit towards the services your pet receives.


Vaccine Packages

For pets already spayed or neutered

* If you have an unaltered pet or are a breeder, see A La Carte Tab *

Dog Packages

Silver  (Exam, DHPP vaccine, Rabies vaccine, Heartworm Test)  $75

Gold  (Exam, DHPP vaccine, Rabies vaccine, Heartworm Test, Bordetella vaccine)  $90

 (Exam, DHPP vaccine, Rabies vaccine, Heartworm Test, Bordetella vaccine, Lepto vaccine)  $105

Cat Packages

Silver  (Exam, FVRCP vaccine, Rabies vaccine)  $60

Gold  (Exam, FVRCP vaccine, Rabies vaccine, FeLV/FIV Test)  $80

Platinum  (Exam, FVRCP vaccine, Rabies vaccine, FeLV/FIV Test, FeLV vaccine if test is negative)  $95
All Vaccine Clinic appointments are subject to an exam fee. Booster shot appointments are subject to a tech fee.

A La Carte Vaccines

If you have an unaltered pet, you will have a $7 upcharge on each service.
If you are a breeder, you will have a $9 upcharge on each service.

Exam (every pet will receive an exam)— $30
Rabies vaccine — $18
DHPP vaccine — $18
Bordetella vaccine — $18
Lepto vaccine — $18
Heartworm test — $15
FVRCP vaccinne — $18
FeLV/FIV test — $25
Feline Leukemia Vaccine (test required) — $20
Fecal — $25
*If you make an appointment for an animal that is more than 2 months/2 pounds who is unaltered, you will receive the $7 upcharge.  If you make an appointment for a spay/neuter surgery on wellness day, you will receive a credit for the difference between the fees being charged for altered animals and the fee you are charged.

How do pet vaccines work?

Pet vaccines work in the same way as human vaccines. Pet vaccines contain antigens, causing a mild stimulus, allowing your pet’s immune system to identify and fight off the actual disease either entirely or decrease the severity of the illness if/when your pet comes into contact with the live disease.

Prevention to protect your pets

Heartgard Plus

For dogs
Starts $10 / dose
Monthly chewable tablet for dogs. Heartgard Plus provides protection against heartworms, and treats and controls roundworms and hookworms.


For dogs
Starts $20-$25 / dose
Monthly chewable tablet for dogs. Trifexis helps kill fleas, prevent heartworms, and treat intestinal parasites in dogs.


For dogs
Starts $55 / dose
Chewable tablet for cats and dogs, provides up to 12 weeks of protection against fleas and ticks.


For dogs
Starts $20 / dose
Monthly chewable tablet for dogs. Nexgard kills both fleas and ticks.


For dogs and cats
$8 / dose for cats and dogs
Monthly topical prevention for cats and dogs. Repels and kills ticks, fleas and mosquitos.

ProHeart 12

For dogs
Starts $45-$120
One injection that prevents heartworms for 12 months. Dog must be 1 year old in order to qualify for this injection.

Simparica Trio

For dogs
Starts $22-$27 / dose
Monthly chewable to protect dogs against heartworm disease, ticks & fleas, roundworms & hookworms.

Revolution Plus

For cats
Starts $22 dose
Monthly topical prevention for cats that kills fleas, ticks, eat mites, roundworms, and hookworms. Also prevents heartworms.

There are a set of core vaccines considered essential for all pets.

Non-core vaccines are given depending on the pet’s exposure risk. To properly vaccinate your pet it is extremely important to complete the entire vaccine protocol. Factors that should influence your vaccine protocol will include age, medical history, environment, and lifestyle.
Core Vaccines for Dogs:
  • Rabies
  • DHPP (Canine Distemper, Hepatitis and Parvovirus)
Core Vaccines for Cats:
  • Rabies
  • FVRCP (Feline Distemper)
Non-Core Vaccines for Dogs:
  • Bordetella – Prevents kennel cough. Recommended for dogs that are frequently exposed to dogs boarded, go to dog parks etc.
  • Leptospirosis – Combats bacteria found in wildlife. It can be transmitted from animals to humans. Highly recommended for dogs who are outside, even just to go to the bathroom.
  • Canine Influenza – This vaccines can reduce the risk of a dog contracting “dog flu.” It may not altogether prevent an infection but may reduce the severity and duration of illness.
Non-Core Vaccines for Cats:
  • Feline Leukemia Virus – recommended for indoor/outdoor cats or cats who are exposed to unvaccinated cats.
Dark and light colored kittens sleeping together
Two puppies in someone's lap

Timing and frequency

Puppies and Kittens:
Puppies and kittens need to receive a series of vaccinations starting at six to eight weeks of age, with the second set to follow 3-4 weeks and then a final set to be given in another 3-4 weeks.

Adult Dogs and Cats:
Adult dogs and cats need to receive annual vaccines. Some vaccines will be available in 3-year intervals once your pet is a year old and received all their vaccines when they were younger. To receive the benefit of 3-year intervals, it is important to keep your pet up-to-date on their vaccines.

Feel free to get in touch.

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Last year, more than 35 different rescue groups came to ARC for spay/neuter services. Our team cared for more than 4,598 dogs and cats who were on their way to loving homes. ARC is honored to be the spay/neuter resource for so many wonderful organizations, but we want to do more.

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