Low-cost clinics for pets

356 The following clinics offer low-cost vaccines, microchipping and/or spay/neuter surgeries:

JUNE 7, 2014

JUNE 8, 2014

  • Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance will offer a vaccine and microchip clinic for cats and dogs from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, June 8, at West York Fire Department, 1341 W. Market St., West York (York, PA). This is a first-come, first-served clinic, with registration beginning at 11:30 a.m. No appointments. Rabies, canine and feline distemper, and canine kennel cough vaccines will be offered at this clinic for $10 each. Three-year rabies shots are available; however, you must bring paper proof of previous rabies vaccine that is not overdue (tags are not sufficient proof). If no paper proof, pets can still receive one-year rabies vaccines. HomeAgain microchipping will be available for $25, which includes registration. Wormer and flea treatment will also be available. Breeders cannot participate. Payment must be made in cash. All dogs should be on short leashes (no chains, please) and cats in secure pet carriers. Aggressive dogs should arrive muzzled. Animals that are ill, pregnant, nursing, or those who have had vaccine reactions in the past cannot be vaccinated at this clinic. Vaccines and microchips will be administered by Veterinarian Melissa McFarland, DVM, of Cape Horn Veterinary Associates in Red Lion. For more information, email cpaamichele@yahoo.com, call 717-576-0899 or visit www.cpaa.info, www.Facebook.com/CentralPAAnimalAlliance or www.Twitter.com/CPAA3.

JUNE 14

  • A microchip and rabies vaccine clinic will be 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 14, at York County SPCA, 3159 Susquehanna Trail North, Manchester Township (York County, PA). The rabies vaccination is $15 and the microchip cost is $25. In order to receive a rabies vaccination that is valid for 3 years, proof of a previous vaccination must be provided. Dogs must be on leashes and cats must be in carriers.

JUNE 21

JUNE 28

JUNE 29

  • The Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance will hold a pet vaccine and microchip clinic for cats and dogs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, June 29, at All About Pets Too, 10 W. Broadway in Red Lion. Appointments are required for this clinic; no walk-ins will be accepted. Appointments should be made by calling 717-244-4099 or by visiting the store before the day of the clinic to sign up. Rabies, canine and feline distemper, and canine kennel cough vaccines will be offered for $10 each. Three-year rabies shots are available; however, you must bring paper proof of previous rabies vaccine that is not overdue (tags are not sufficient proof). If no paper proof, pets can still receive one-year rabies vaccines. HomeAgain microchipping will be available for $25, which includes registration. Wormer and flea treatment will also be available. Breeders cannot participate. Payment must be made in cash. All dogs should be on short leashes (no chains, please) and cats in secure pet carriers. Aggressive dogs should arrive muzzled. Animals that are ill, pregnant, nursing, or those who have had vaccine reactions in the past cannot be vaccinated at this clinic. Vaccines and microchips will be administered by Veterinarian Melissa McFarland, DVM, of Cape Horn Veterinary Associates in Red Lion. For details, email Michele at cpaamichele@yahoo.com, call 717-576-0899 or visit cpaa.info.
  • A low-cost vaccine and microchip clinic for pets will be offered from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 29, at Pet Bath and Beyond, 937 Kranzel Drive, Camp Hill, PA. This is a first-come, first-served clinic. Vaccines offered include canine and feline rabies, canine distemper, canine bordetella (kennel cough), feline FVRCP and feline FELV for $10 each; and canine Lyme for $25. Microchipping will be available for $25, including registration, and nail clipping and filing will also be available. All dogs should be on short leashes (no chains, please) and cats should be in secure pet carriers. Animals that are pregnant or lactating should not be vaccinated. Cash or checks only; credit cards cannot be accepted. Proceeds benefit Castaway Critters. Veterinary services are being donated by Dr. Diane Ford, VMD. For more information, visit www.dianejfordvmd.com, www.petbathandbeyond.biz and www.castawaycritters.org.

JULY 5

JULY 19

JULY 26

AUGUST 9

  • A microchip and rabies vaccine clinic will be 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, August 9, at York County SPCA, 3159 Susquehanna Trail North, Manchester Township (York County, PA). The rabies vaccination is $15 and the microchip cost is $25. In order to receive a rabies vaccination that is valid for 3 years, proof of a previous vaccination must be provided. Dogs must be on leashes and cats must be in carriers.

OCTOBER 18

  • A microchip and rabies vaccine clinic will be 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, October 18, at York County SPCA, 3159 Susquehanna Trail North, Manchester Township (York County, PA). The rabies vaccination is $15 and the microchip cost is $25. In order to receive a rabies vaccination that is valid for 3 years, proof of a previous vaccination must be provided. Dogs must be on leashes and cats must be in carriers.

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Animal Rescue Inc. of New Freedom offers a low-cost spay/neuter program for cats in the York, PA, area. Call 717-993-3232 or visit www.animalrescueinc.orgfor details.

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Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance provides free or low-cost vaccinations and spay/neuter surgeries for Harrisburg City residents’ animals with the CPAA Mobile Veterinary Van. Free vaccine clinics are held at various times during the year, by appointment only. Harrisburg City residents are offered free rabies and distemper vaccinations, flea/tick prevention, de-worming, nail trimming and more. Vaccines are available to spayed and neutered animals only. Breeders will not be serviced. For more information, visit www.cpaa.info/desex.html.

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Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance also offers low-cost vaccine and microchipping services as often as possible in several locations in the area. For free or low-cost spaying and neutering services, call 717-576-0899. Vaccinations will be given at the time of surgery. All cats MUST be in secure crates, and dogs MUST be on short leashes and wearing a secure collar or harness. Call 717-576-0899 if you need a crate.
Calls will be returned ASAP. The volunteer returning calls will not hold if your phone has a music message playing at the time of the return call. For more information, visit www.cpaa.info.

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offers low-cost spay/neuter clinics Tuesdays and Fridays in Willow Grove, PA; and Tuesdays and Thursdays in Claymont, DE. Call for pricing. Fee includes rabies vaccination, distemper vaccination, pain medication for females, ear-tipping for ferals and worming and flea treatment if needed. FeLv and FIV testing is available. Call 215-219-8148 for reservations. For details, visit www.forgottencats.org

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Humane League of Lancaster County offers spay/neuter surgeries for stray/feral cats in Lancaster County. Cost is $10. Appointments required. E-mail spayneuter@humaneleague.com or call 717-393-6551 for an appointment. For details, visit www.humaneleague.com

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Kitz & Katz offers mobile spay and neuter clinics for cats only. Cats must be at least 3 months old and must be in a humane trap or sturdy carrier. Services include spay/neuter, rabies vaccinations and distemper vaccinations. Cash only. Appointments required. Scheduling begins five days before each clinic. For details, visit www.littlestown.net/kitzkatslittlestown.html.

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Luv My Pet offers low-cost vaccinations several times a month at Petco. For details, call 301-604-2670 or visit www.luvmypet.com.

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Maryland Metro Ferals offers low-cost spay/neuter clinics; trap/neuter/return instruction; adoption; serves the Maryland area
PO Box 1385, Sykesville, MD 21784; 410-549-2847; www.metroferals.org

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The Maryland SPCA, 3300 Falls Road, Baltimore, MD, offers Wellness Days 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. every Wednesday; and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Saturday — by appointment only. Basic exams, core vaccines, routine tests (heartworm, FeLV/FIV), deworming, flea treatments, gland expressing, nail trimming and ear cleaning are available at low prices. For details, visit www.mdspca.org. To make an appointment for your pet, e-mail wellnessclinic@mdspca.orgor call 410-235-8826, ext. 122.

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PAWS Reduced-Fee Voucher Program
A program providing vouchers for participating veterinarians that provides reduced fees for spay or neuter surgery for cats and dogs, as well as rabies and distemper vaccines at the time of surgery. Income based pre qualification required. Call 717-957-8122, Box #3, and leave a message. A representative will call you with program information.
www.pawsofpa.org.

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Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP), www.snapofpa.org

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York SPCA Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program
Surgeries for cats and dogs provided at the SPCA’s in-house veterinary clinic or at the Animal Emergency Clinic in York. Low-cost services include heartworm and FeLV testing, as well as rabies vaccine. Call 717-764-6109 or visit www.ycspca.org for more information.

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6 Responses to Low-cost clinics for pets

  1. Pam Pollini says:

    I have a 2 year old rescue dog that is 5 pounds that I recently had neutered but they told me he needs his teeth cleaned and 2 “extra” teeth removed. The clinic I took him to to have the neutering done at a low cost did not have the availability to do the procedure. I am retired and on a fixed income. Do you have any suggestions for low cost dental work for him in the Central PA area? I am desperate to get this taken care of for him so the condition does not progress but I cannot afford the costs I have been quoted. Your help with this issue is very appreciated!
    Thank you

  2. Augie Doggie says:

    I think that rescue place was just trying to get you to waste your money. If a two year old dog needs dental work, well, what can I tell you.

  3. Bobbo Monochrome says:

    Come on now. A two year old dog doesn’t need a doggie dentist.

  4. He needs an orthodogist that is willing to work on a cat.

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