Spring is all about getting things done, spring cleaning, garden clearing and getting those puppers right on thier shots. The Odessa Animal Shelter will be holding a shot clinic April 16th, this Saturday, at the shelter at 910 W 42nd Street in Odessa on the west side of the shelter. The shelter will be closed on that day in order to host the drive through vaccine clinic. Coincidentally the shelter will also be closed April 15th, Friday, for Good Friday. The clinic is cash only no exceptions and will be held from 10am to 3pm.
Here is what will be available:
DAPP, Bordetella and Rabies are $35
FVRCP/FELV and Rabies are $35
Microchips are $5-these are about the size of a grain of rice (or so I've read) and are used to identify a pet in the event they are picked up by the department of animal control or a helpful friend that goes the extra mile to take them to a vet where they can be scanned
DAPP is $15 -DPP is vaccine against distemper, distemper, hepatitis (canine adenovirus-2 and -1), parvovirus, and parainfluenza., parvovirus, and parainfluenza and is one of the necessary core vaccines.
Bordetella is $15- The bordetella vaccine is given to both puppies and adult dogs. This vaccine helps to ward off a frequent illness that is known as kennel cough. Kennel cough is easily spread from one dog to another and is highly contagious. In healthy adult dogs, the condition is typically not life threatening.
FVRCP is $15- Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, and Panleukopenia a.k.a the “feline distemper” vaccine. These three airborne vaccines are potentially deadly, and can be contracted by cats of any age
FELV is $18-Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a virus that infects only cats. FeLV depresses the immune system and tends to lead to persistent infection. FeLV is an important cause of anemia in cats and can cause cancers of several types. It is found worldwide and is transmitted through the exchange of bodily fluids
Rabies is $15- I figure you guys know what rabies is
For questions contact 432-368-3527