Saving One Life at a Time
LOW COST VACCINATION CLINIC
Sunday, January 10th
from 9 a.m to 12 p.m.
At the Shelter
We are extending our vaccination clinic hours to meet
the needs of the community.
362 28 Rd. - Off D Rd.,
(Just west of the Veteran's Memorial Cemetery)
Bring your pets - Both Dogs &Cats - See our list of services below:
Why Microchip Your Pet?
Each year thousands of lost and abandoned animals
are taken in by shelters and humane societies across
North America. Some of these animals never make it
home because they can’t be identified.
Micro-chipping offers pet owners the only truly
permanent method of identifying your pet and linking
the animal back to you, the owner, via our Lost Pet
Recovery Service. Collar tags can break or become
unreadable and tattooing can become illegible. So,
if you want to improve your pet’s chances of getting
home fast and safe in case it were to go missing,
micro-chipping is your best option.
4 Reasons to Microchip Your Pet
1) Only true permanent method of pet identification
2) Best chance of a lost pet being returned
3) Quick and painless procedure, like a vaccination
4) Lasts for the lifetime of your pet
Does microchipping hurt the animal?
All Single Shots - $15 each
Distemper/Leukemia Combo - $26
Leukemia Test - $32
All Single Shots - $15 each Distemper/Lepto Combo - $26
Puppies/Small Dogs $8
Medium Dogs $10
Large Dogs $12
Tri-Heart Plus: 6 Mo. Supply
Pink (1-25 lbs) $25
Blue (12.1-25 lbs) $25
Green (25.1-50 lbs) $30
Brown (50.1-100 lbs) $35
Heartworm Test $32
Nail Trim $12
(Includes Enrollment & Registration)
Exam required prior to vaccinations - $15
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Mandatory $15 Exam fee for all pets!
Animal microchips are about the size of a grain of rice and are typically implanted by a vet just beneath the surface of the skin between the shoulder blades. The process is similar to receiving vaccination through a needle and is painless to pets. Most animals don’t even react when the microchip is implanted. Once implanted the microchip remains between the shoulder blades just beneath the skin for the rest of the animal’s lifetime, becoming a permanent form of identification.