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Packages & Programs

Vaccine Packages

Vaccines Special: $21.00 Office visit fee

Biohazardous fee: $8.50

Puppy Package


DA2PP ( Distemper/Parvo combo)


Hook/Roundworm Deworming

Adult Dog


DA2PP ( Distemper/Parvo combo)


Heartworm Test



FVRCP (Feline Parvo Respiratory Combo)

Leukemia Vaccine

Hook/Roundworm Deworming



Physical Examination

Chlamydia Test

Polyomavirus Vaccine



Physical Examination

Distemper Vaccine

Rabies Vaccine



Physical Examination

RHVD 1 and 2


Pasteurella Vaccine

Other Services Available

At an additional cost

Laboratory Testing

Intestinal parasites testing (fecal)

Avian Infectious Disease Testing

Rabbit and Other Small Mammals’ Infectious Disease Testing

Heartworm/Ehrlichia/Lyme/Anaplasma Combo Test

Avian Chlamydia Test

Reptile Infectious Disease Testing

FelV/FIV Test

Avian DNA Sexing

County Rabies tags are available regular price


Rabies Vaccine: 1 year and 3 years

Leptospira Vaccine

Heartworm and Flea and Tick preventives are available at competitive prices.
Preventative Combo discounts are also available – ask for details at the time of the visit.
All services are offered while supplies last. This is a limited-time offer.

Free Vaccines for Life Program

One-Time Administrative Fee: $120.00

To be eligible for the Free Vaccines for Life program, you as a pet parent will need to satisfy the following criteria:

  1. Pay a one-time administrative fee of $120.00 per pet (nonrefundable-nontransferable).
  2. Be current on the following wellness criteria for each individual pet (every year).
  • Comprehensive head-to-tail Physical Examination as indicated for the age and species/breed.
  • Microchip if not already applied
  • Prophylactic screening Blood work. (Wellness screening)
  • Infectious Diseases Screening Test (as applicable for species and breed)
  • Heartworm and or Fecal Parasite Test (As applicable for species and breed)
  • Be Current on Preventatives for External and Internal parasites included Fleas, Ticks and Heartworms. (As applicable for the species and breed)

Our intention with this plan is to educate and make aware all pet owners that routine health is just much more than only vaccines, making sure your pet is covered and protected as well as to monitor all body function indicators to make sure your pet does not have any pre-existing or ongoing conditions that can be detected, monitored and or treated early on its course.

  • As part of the FVFL plan, our practice will provide for all pets enrolled in the program, all the core vaccines for free. If on any specific year all the required criteria are not met, the patient will be dropped form the program automatically. You can always re-enroll any pet.
  • All tests, Vaccines and Preventives must physically be bought at our facility to comply with the agreement, this will allow us to compensate for the free services given to your pet while in the program.
  • At the annual wellness exam, the veterinarian will discuss the vaccines appropriate for the age and lifestyle of that pet and recommend a vaccination program. The client has the right to refuse vaccines or request additional vaccines that are not listed on this form. Any vaccine not listed or explicitly excluded on this form are not included in the Free Vaccines for Life Program and will carry an additional charge.
  • All exam fees, laboratory fees, medications, preventives, and any other charges are mandatory to stay in the program as they are extremely important for the long-term health of your pet.
  • Client must pay for the doctor’s examination fee to receive the free vaccines.

Vaccines that are included in this form include:

  • Dogs – DA2PP, Rabies, Bordetella. (Influenza Vaccine or Leptospira Vaccines are not part of the FVFL plan)
  • Cats – FVRCP, Rabies, (Leukemia Vaccine is not part of the plan.)
  • Rabbits – Pasteurella, RHDV (Microchip not included and is mandatory in order to receive RHDV as per USDA rule)
  • Ferrets – Distemper, Rabies

There will be a one-time enrollment fee which is to be paid at the time of enrollment.
For more information about this program please ask one of our technicians at the time of the visit.

Low-Income Spay/Neuter Program

To qualify for the reduced fee Spay and Neuter program, the pet owner must be at least 18 years old and receiving public assistance under one or more of the following:

  • Food Stamps – Medicaid – Supplemental Security Income (SSI) – Jackson Memorial Hospital Clinic Cards.

For any of these programs, applicant must provide copy of ID and copy of current eligibility letter.