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Low Cost Dog and Cat Vaccine Clinic; Wednesday March 14, 2018
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6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
1815 Pioneer Blvd., Hawaiian Gardens – Tennis Courts

Hosted by the City of Hawaiian Gardens ., Vet Services provided by H. E. A. R. T.
• Prior Rabies Certificate is required for a 3-year Rabies vaccine; otherwise vaccine will be good for 1 year • Bring other
vaccine records if possible • Only healthy pets can be vaccinated • If you have a CAT go immediately to Cashier’s table
• Flea &Tick Control available (price depends on pet’s weight) • Anal gland expression ($5) • Prices below are “CASH”
prices • NO checks are accepted • $3 additional per pet for non-cash transactions (DebiUCredit Cards) • $2 Hazardous
Materials Disposal Fee will be charged per pet • Although unlikely, prices are subject to change (current prices are always
posted on our website •


  • Has ever had a reaction to a vaccine
  • Has shown any sign of illness in the past two weeks
  • Is on medication or is undergoing treatment for any medical/health condition
  • ls nursing puppies or kittens
  • Might be pregnant

(Includes Microchip Registration & 24/7 Lost & Found Pet Recovery Assistance)


TAPEWORM DE-WORMING $1 5 – $35 per dose

RABIES (Thimerosal Free for Dogs & Cats) (12 wks & older) $7
(or Purevax, a Non-Adjuvant vaccine for Cats only) (1 yr) $20 (3 yr) $48
The first Rabies vaccine is good for 1 year, regardless of pet’s age. Thereafter, Rabies vaccines are good for 3 years as long as at least 12 months have
passed since the pet received its first Rabies vaccination and valid proof of a prior Rabies vaccination by a licensed veterinarian In the U.S. is provided.

DHP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvo) – or – DHPP (DHP with Parainfluenza) (6 wks & older) $20

BORDETELLA w/PARAINFLUENZA (Intranasal Bronchiseptica & Parainfluenza) (4 wks & older) $15

LYME (Borrelia Burgdorferi) (9 wks & over) $22

FVRCP (Non-Adjuvant) (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calici, and Panleukopenia) (6 wks & over) $20

FELV (Non-Adjuvant) (Feline Leukemia) (8 wks & over) $22

-Pets should always receive an initial series of vaccinations, then boosters in one year. Thereafter, annual vaccinations or vaccinations
every three years are recommended, depending on the type of vaccine and on the pet’s environment. Ideally, pets should receive one
of their sets of initial vaccines between 14 to 16 weeks of age to achieve the best immunity against disease. During your pet’s initial
vaccine series, do not wait longer than 6 weeks apart to have your pet vaccinated and do not vaccinate less than 2 weeks apart .
-All pets adopted from shelters or elsewhere when the pet’s vaccine history is unknown should receive the appropriate vaccine booster(s)
1 month after adoption .



Phone: (714) 993-9193