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.
*If you make an appointment for an animal that is more than 2 months/2 pounds who is unaltered, you will be charged the prices in the second column. 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.
For breeders who make appointments on ARC wellness days, you will be charged the fees in the third column. A “breeder” is defined as someone who is not a rescue or trapper and who presents a litter to ARC for services.
All Vaccine Clinic appointments are subject to an exam fee. Booster shot appointments are subject to a tech fee.
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