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Vaccinations

VACCINE & MICROCHIP CLINIC LOCATIONS

WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY/CITY ANIMAL CAMPUS

Location:
6851 Van Buren Blvd
Jurupa Valley, CA 92509

Vaccine Clinic Hours:

First Wednesday of each month 6:00pm – 8:00pm
*Please note that credit card payments will only be accepted until 9:00pm during this clinic*

Third Saturday of each month 10:00am – 1:00pm
*Please Note, sign-ups for vaccinations may close prior to 12 noon if we experience a higher than usual demand on any particular day*

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Please complete the vaccination request form prior to arriving at our Riverside Vaccine Clinic.

DOWNLOAD THE VACCINATION REQUEST FORM

SAN JACINTO VALLEY ANIMAL CAMPUS

Location:
581 S. Grand Ave
San Jacinto, CA 92582

Vaccine Clinic Hours:

Tuesday - Friday - 9 a.m. to 11 a.m and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

COACHELLA VALLEY ANIMAL CAMPUS

Location:
72120 Pet Land Place
Thousand Palms, CA 92276

The Coachella Valley Animal Campus is no longer providing vaccinations.

Animal Samaritans a non-profit organization, located directly next door to the Coachella Valley Animal Campus, provides low-cost vaccinations. Please call Animal Samaritans for vaccination information at 760-343-3477, or check out Animal Samaritans

 

VACCINE & MICROCHIP COSTS

Dog Vaccine Costs

RABIES – $6.00
DA2PP – $9.00
BORDETELLA – $6.00
MICROCHIP – $21.00

Cat Vaccine Costs

RABIES – $6.00
FVRCP – $7.00
FELV – $10.00
MICROCHIP – $21.00

DOG VACCINATION SCHEDULE

Your dog will need a series of vaccinations. To insure proper immunity or protection from often fatal diseases such as Distemper and Parvo, it is important to complete the whole series.

Vaccination Schedule:

6-8 weeks: DA2PP & BORDATELLA
10-12 weeks: DA2PP & BORDATELLA
16 weeks: DA2PP & RABIES*
1 year later: DA2PP, BORDATELLA & RABIES
Annually: DA2PP & BORDATELLA
Every 3 years: RABIES

RABIES (Age: 4 months & older)
Rabies vaccines help protect against this fatal disease and is required for licensing. The initial rabies vaccination is good for 1 year, regardless of the dog's age. The second rabies vaccination is good for 3 years if dog is over 1 year old and has proof of prior licensing or proof of prior vaccination by a licensed United States veterinarian.

*The initial rabies vaccination will need to be repeated in one year. Discuss a vaccination plan with your veterinarian. Also, talk with your Veterinarian about other vaccines available.

DA2PP (Age: 6-8 weeks & older)
"DA2PP" or "4-in-1". "Distemper", 2 types of "Adenovirus" (Hepatitis), "Parainfluenza" (Flu), and "Parvo Virus". These are very contagious & potentially fatal diseases. Age 6 to 16 weeks: Initial series of 3 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Older than 16 weeks: Initial series of 2 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, the first booster is recommended in one year, and additional boosters are recommended every 12 to 36 months.

BORDETELLA (Age: 8 weeks & older)
"Bronchiseptica Bacterin" (upper respiratory bacterial infection.) All ages: Initial series of 3 vaccines administered 2 to 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, annual boosters are recommended, and sometimes more frequently depending on exposure to other dogs and other factors.

CAT VACCINATIONS

Your cat will need a series of vaccinations. To insure proper immunity or protection from diseases common to cats, it is important to complete the entire series.

Cat Vaccination Schedule:

• 8 weeks: FVRCP
• 10-12 weeks: FVRCP & FELV
• 16 weeks: FVRCP, FELV & Rabies*
• 1 year later: FVRCP, FELV & Rabies
• Annually every year: FVRCP & FELV
• Annually every 3 years: Rabies

* The initial rabies vaccination will need to be repeated in one year. Discuss a vaccination plan with your veterinarian. Also, talk with your veterinarian about other vaccines that may be necessary if your cat is going to be outdoors.

RABIES (Age: 4 months & older)
Rabies vaccination helps protect against this fatal disease, even for indoor cats. Good for 3 years if cat is over 1 year old and has proof of prior licensing or proof of prior vaccination by a licensed United States veterinarian. Otherwise, the vaccine is good for 1 year, regardless of cat's age. "Purevax", a non-adjuvant vaccine, can help decrease the risk of cats developing sarcomas (cancer) associated with Rabies vaccinations. It is always a one-year vaccine.

FVRCP (Age: 8 weeks & older)
"3-in-1". "Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis", "Calici ", and "Panleukopenia" which are serious upper respiratory infections. Age 8 to 16 weeks: Initial series of 3 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Older than 16 weeks: Initial series of 2 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, annual boosters are recommended.

FELV (Age: 10 weeks & older)
"Feline Leukemia" is a highly contagious and potentially fatal disease. 10 weeks and older: Initial series of 2 vaccines administered 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, annual boosters are recommended.