Low Cost Vaccinations


Fox Valley Animal Welfare League Low Cost Clinic

Fox Valley Animal Welfare League
11 John St, North Aurora, IL 60542

(630) 800-2254


Clinic Services

Services include:

      • Cat and dog spay/neuters
      • Cat and dog dental care
      • Cat and dog wellness care
      • Cat and dog preventatives
      • Rabbit spay/neuter services

 SPAY/NEUTER

Currently spay/neuter services are provided on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  For an appointment, call 630-800-2254 or email clinic@fvawl.org.

Pricing for our procedures are covered within three individual categories: animal welfare organizations, low-income families and the general public.

ANIMAL WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS

Your organization must be licensed in the state of Illinois. Any organization located out of state must have a 501(c)3 status.

Cat Neuter Cat Spay Dog Neuter Dog Spay *Vaccines
$25 $35 $50 $65 $10

*We currently offer Rabies, Bordatella and Distemper

LOW INCOME FAMILIES

Illinois residents that receive Public Assistance, State Aide, Link Card, Disability, Social Security or Unemployment can qualify for our program. DuPage County residents with a LINK Card must contact DuPage County Animal Control for free spay/neuter services.

Cat Neuter Cat Spay †Dog Neuter †Dog Spay *Vaccines
$30 $40 $55 $70 $10

†Dogs over 100 lbs will have an additional charge of $15.

*We currently offer Rabies, Bordatella and Distemper

GENERAL PUBLIC

The general public is encouraged to use this affordable wellness care for their companion pet(s).

Cat Neuter Cat Spay †Dog Neuter †Dog Spay *Vaccines
$40 $50 $75 $100 $15

†Dogs over 100 lbs will be have an additional charge of $20.

*We currently offer Rabies, Bordatella and Distemper

RABBITS

On rabbit spay/neuter days, only rabbits are housed at the facility. The environment is quiet which is great for a low stress recovery from surgery

The surgeon, Dr. Susan Brown, has over 35 years of experience as an exclusively exotic animal veterinarian and has performed well over 5400 rabbit spays and neuters. She has a special interest in small mammal care.

 Category Spay Neuter
 General Public  $95 $75
Low Cost $80 $50

Currently, surgeries are scheduled once a month and occasionally twice a month. Call 630-800-2254 for an appointment.

Pre-surgical instructions are available on line, see our rabbit Pre-Surgical Instructions.

Post surgical instruction are available on line, see our rabbit Post Surgical Instructions.

For additional information on why you should spay/neuter your rabbit, see our Fix’n Facts.

Dental Care

Limited Dental services are also provided. General dental cleaning starts at $75 for low income clients and $100 for the general public. Our veterinarian will quote other routine dental procedures at the time of exam. Additional fees for extractions and antibiotics when needed. Your animal must be spayed or neutered at the time of the dental.

 WELLNESS CARE

Our first and foremost goal is to spay and neuter animals. We do not support the unnecessary breeding of cats and dogs and do not provide discounted services to those who intentionally breed their animals or opt not to spay or neuter their pet due to personal choice.

We will provide routine wellness care at our clinics, including vaccinations, heartworm test, microchips, and general wellness exams. We are not an animal hospital and do not see animals with injuries or animals that need complex exams/testing for example, such as orthopedics, allergies, or major medical issues. We do not have X-ray equipment and cannot provide services that require extensive testing and diagnostics. We also do not provide euthanasia services. We can provide basic routine services in conjunction with your pet’s spay or neuter but recommend that you have a regular veterinarian hospital for all other services.

Clinical Services include all vaccines and diagnostics.

Services include healthcare check, vaccines, blood test and microchipping. These services are provided on a regular basis each month. Check the Calendar for dates and times. Please call 630-800-2254 for an appointment.

Vaccines are $10 for licensed Illinois rescue organizations and low income families. Illinois residents that receive Public Assistance, State Aide, Link Card, Disability, Social Security or Unemployment can qualify for our program. Vaccines for the general public are $15.

Blood tests include Heartworm Test at $10 and Feline Combo Test at $20.

Microchips – Tell your cat or dog that you love them by insuring their safe return. By placing a microchip in your companion pet, animal control, animal shelters, clinics and rescues have access to identify your lost pet. For a $20 fee your pet will be chipped and registered directly to you, the pet owner. (No hidden fees). See the AVID brochure.

Clinic operates strictly on appointments. Walk-ins are not accepted.

General hours of availability:
Monday: 9:00 to 2:00
Tuesday: 7:30 to 7:00
Wednesday: 7:30 to 7:00
Thursday: 9:00 to 2:00
Friday: 9:00 to 2:00
Saturday and Sunday: By appointment only when weekend Clinics or Surgeries are scheduled. (Check calendar)

Hours are general and subject to change based on the schedules of our medical staff. Many factors may occur that alter our schedules and it is recommended to call prior to arriving for any business matter not scheduled ahead of time.

The Chatka Ruggiero Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic

The Chatka Ruggiero Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
clinic@animalcareleague.org

Animal Care League
1011 Garfield St
Oak Park, IL 60304
(708) 848-8155

Cat Spay $35 / Cat Neuter $25
(available for all felines 4 months through 9 years of age) Dog Spay or Neuter $110

Please read the following for some important information as the following policies apply you and your pet.

What you need to know about ACL Spay/Neuter Surgery

We believe that spay and neuter is vital to reducing the number of homeless animals on the streets and in the shelter systems. We offer low cost spay and neuter surgeries in the Animal Care League’s Clinic at 1011 Garfield, Oak Park, IL. All surgery is done by appointment and is performed by a licensed Veterinarian. Animal must be at least 4 months (16 weeks) of age. To schedule an appointment please call 708-848-8155.

Animals must be dropped off on the day of surgery between 8:00am and 8:30am.
Dogs are required to be on leash.
Cats are required to arrive in cat carriers.
Animals scheduled for Monday surgery are picked up between 2 pm and 3 pm the same day; animals scheduled for surgery on Thursday or Friday must be picked up between 3:30 pm and 4:00 pm the same day. A $50/day fee will be assessed for any animal not picked up by the required time.

Payment for all services rendered by the Animal Care League are due at the time animals are DROPPED OFF at the shelter. We accept cash, personal checks with photo ID, and Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.

Due to the increased risks associated with anesthesia, surgery, or recovery in the following pets, our clinic will not perform surgeries on dogs over 6 years of age or cats that are over ten years of age. We do not perform surgery on dogs over 75 pounds.

We do not spay dogs in heat. If your dog is in heat you will be asked to reschedule your appointment.

We perform spay and neuter for dogs for $110.
We currently offer spay and neuter of cats for only $35 for a spay/$25 for a neuter.

We require that all pets have proof that they are current on their Distemper vaccinations. The County requires that all animals are current on their rabies vaccinations. Proof of these vaccinations will be requested at the time of drop off for surgery. If your pet is not up to date, these vaccinations will be provided the day of surgery.

Distemper vaccinations are $20 (DA2PP for dogs/FVRCP for cats). One year rabies vaccination is $20 and includes rabies certificate and tag.

In addition to reducing the number of unplanned and unexpected litters, there are other health benefits to spaying and neutering your pets. These include:

  • Reduced risk of mammary (breast) cancer

  • Eliminate risk of pyometra (infection in the uterus)

  • Eliminate risk of testicular cancer and prostatic hyperplasia

  • Reduced urine marking and urine spraying behaviors

  • Reduced urge to “roam” and get lost

  • Reduced mounting and mating behaviors

  • Possible decreased aggression between dogs

  • Reduced risk of mammary (breast) cancer

Spaying or neutering your pet before they reach sexual maturity (six months of age) has the most medical benefits.

Spay Illinois The Pet Well Clinic

The SPAY ILLINOIS Spay/Neuter Clinic is not a full-service veterinary clinic; our mission is to alleviate  pet overpopulation and suffering through pet sterilization and wellness care.

  The Pet Well Clinic
2765 Maple Ave
Lisle, IL 60532

To schedule an appointment please call:

Phone Numbers:
1-877-475-7729 Toll free

The Pet Well Clinic offers low cost:

  • Vaccinations
  • Spay/Neuter surgeries
  • Dentals
  • Wellness Exams
  • Limited Sick Exams
  • Heartworm test and preventative
  • FELV/FIV test
  • Flea Preventative
  • De-wormer
  • Microchips
  • Toe-nail trims
  • Fecal exams
  • Bloodwork
  • Prescription Foods
  • Prescription Medication
  • And more!

This clinic has an office exam visit fee.
Hours for the Lisle Pet Well Clinic
are by Appointment. 

The clinic is typically open:

Reception Hours:

Monday -Saturday 8-4:30

Veterinarians Hours:

Monday- 10-6:00 p.m.

Tuesday,Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 9-3:00 p.m.

Thursday- 10-6:00p.m.

All doctors hours are by appointment unless noted as a walk-In cllinic on the site.

 

Please call 877-475-7729 to verify schedule and to schedule an appointment.

 

Spay/neuter days are by appointment and vary dependent on month.

Vaccine Visit per pet                         $15 Comprehensive or Sick Visit per pet    $40 Additional services, medications extra

Services for Dogs

Services for Cats

Pet Well Dog Pack                         $65 Pet Well Cat Pack                           $45
1 year Rabies vaccine 1 year Rabies vaccine
6 in 1 Distemper combination vaccine FVRCP combination vaccine
Bordetella vaccine Feline Leukemia Vaccine
Heartworm test Add-on FIV/FeLV test (w/pack)            $20
3 yr rabies vaccine upgrade (w/pack) $10 3 yr rabies vaccine upgrade (w/pack) $10
County rabies tag additional County rabies tag additional
Puppy Pack                                    $40 Kitty Pack                                      $20
5 in 1 Distemper combination vaccine FVRCP combination vaccine
Bordetella vaccine Roundworm dewormer
Roundworm dewormer Add-on FIV/FeLV test (w/ pack)          $20
1 dose of Heartworm preventative

Additional Wellness Services

6 in 1 Distemper combo upgrade (w/pack) $5 1 year Rabies vaccine (tag additional) $18

Additional Wellness Services

3 year Rabies vaccine (tag additional) $35
1 year Rabies vaccine (tag additional) $18 FVRCP combination vaccine                $15
3 year Rabies vaccine (tag additional) $35 3 year FVRCP combination vaccine      $45
5 in 1 Distemper combination vaccine  $15 Deworming by weight                      $10+
6 in 1 Distemper combination vaccine  $20 Bordetella vaccine                             $15
3 year Distemper combination vaccine $45 Fecal test                                          $18
Deworming by weight                      $10+ Feline leukemia vaccine                      $20
Leptospirosis vaccine                         $15 FIV/FeLV test                                     $25
Bordetella vaccine                             $18

Spay/Neuter Services

Fecal test                                          $18 Female Cats                                    $65+
Heartworm test                                  $22 Male Cats                                       $50+
Lyme vaccine                                    $25 Feral/Barn Cat Package                   $40+
Canine influenza vaccine                    $25 Dental Services
Micro-chip & registration                     $25 Dental Cleaning                             $125+

Spay/Neuter Services

Extraction (per tooth)                       $15+
Female Dogs                                 $110+
Male Dogs                                     $100+ Ask about other available services:
Pit Bull Package                               $60+ blood work, urinalysis, and more!
Dental Services *Medical Waste Fee $2 per pet
Dental Cleaning                             $145+ *Office Visit Fee per pet (except surgery)
Extraction (per tooth)                       $15+ *Food stamp & SSDI pricing may be available

Spay Illinois 2014 Info

SPAY ILLINOIS offers low cost pet vaccine clinics to ensure that all owners can afford to obtain preventative care for their pets. SPAY ILLINOIS also uses any profits from the clinics to subsidize spay/neuter for feral cats and individuals that cannot afford to spay/neuter their pets.

Many of the clinics are walk-ins but some require an appointment. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the close of the clinic to ensure you have time to fill out your paperwork.

  • To learn more about vaccines and why you should vaccinate your pet, click here.

Discounted Spay/ Neuter for Pit Bull Terriers

Fix-A-Bull Program is $85.00 per dog at the Lisle Pet Well Clinic and includes the spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, micro-chip, and pain meds. This program is open to all pit bulls and pit bull mixes. The dog must be a pit bull or pit bull mix and that will be at the discretion of the veterinarian to participate in this program.
Call 877-475-7729 to schedule an appointment.

For Information on free & affordable spay/neuter for your pit bull, check out these links

Chicago The Anti-Cruelty Society (312) 644-8338, Ext 347
Quincy Paw Pals (217) 228-7441
Mokena and several surrounding regions NAWS Clinic – THE PITTY PROJECT – $60 (708) 478-5102
Lisle SPAY ILLINOIS ” The Fix-A-Bull Program “
Subsidized spay/neuter for pit bulls
877-475-7729
Springfield and areas within a 100 mile radius APL Spay/Neuter Clinic
FREE spay/neuter for pit bulls
(217) 544-7387

 

For more information on Monster Myths and true breed temperament of this misunderstood breed, check out some great resources from the following organizations.

http://www.badrap.org/monster-myths

http://www.animalfarmfoundation.org/

 

Chicago Animal Control Low Cost Pet Vaccine Clinic Dates

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Chicago Animal Care & Control is hosting Low-Cost Vaccine Clinics for City of Chicago residents.

Dates:

December 11, 2013     Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
January 15, 2014        Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
February 19, 2014      Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
March 19, 2014           Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
April 16, 2014             Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
May 14, 2014              Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
June 11, 2014             Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
July 16, 2014              Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
August 13, 2014         Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
September 17, 2014   Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
October 15, 2014        Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
November 12, 2014    Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
December 17, 2014     Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Fees:

DA2PPL (Distemper for Dogs)…………….$7.00 ea. vaccination

FVRCP (Distemper for Cats)……………….$7.00 ea. vaccination

Rabies……………………………………………..$15.00 ea. vaccination

Microchip………………………………………… $15.00 ea.

Dog License……………………………………..$5.00 neutered dog

Dog License……………………………………..$50.00 un-neutered dog

Address:

2741 S. Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60608

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Vaccine Clinic Rules:

 Only open to City of Chicago Residents

Only the first 100 animals will be serviced.  Numbers will be distributed beginning at 8:30 a.m.

ONLY TWO (2) PETS PER HOUSEHOLD ARE ALLOWED AT EACH CLINIC.

  • Owner MUST be 18 years of age with a Valid ID.
  • All Pets over 4 months of age MUST have a current rabies vaccination.
  • All Dogs over 4 months of age MUST have a current dog license or you will be required to purchase one at the time of the clinic (proof of rabies vaccine is required).
  • ALL dogs MUST be on leash or in a carrier – ALL cats MUST be in a carrier.
  • If your pet requires a muzzle during vaccinations or around other animals, you MUST bring your own.  Muzzles are not available at the clinic.
  • You MUST be able to handle your pet around other animals
  • Preferred method of payment is credit/debit card or personal check.  If you are paying by cash, you must have exact change (our payment machine does not provide change/no coins).

 

City of Chicago Low Cost Vaccine Clinic

Chicago Animal Care & Control is hosting a low cost vaccine clinic for City of Chicago Residents at 2741 S. Western Ave.
from 9am-12pm on the following dates:
Wednesday on 9/18/2013
Wednesday on 10/16/2013

Vaccine Clinic Rules:
Only open to City of Chicago Residents.
Only the first 100 animals will be serviced. Numbers will be distributed beginning at 830am.
Only 2 pets per household are allowed at each clinic.
Owner MUST be 18 years of age with valid ID.
All Pets over 4 months of age MUST have a current rabies vaccination.
Ally Dogs over 4 months of age MUST have current dog license or you will be required to purchase one at the the time of the clinic.(Proof of rabies vaccine is required.)
All Dogs MUST be on leash or in carrier.
All Cats MUST be in a carrier.
If your pet requires a muzzle during vaccinations or around other animals, you MUST bring your own. Muzzles are not available at the clinic.
You MUST be able to handle your dog around other animals.

Preferred method of payment is debit/ credit card or personal check.
If you are paying by cash, you must have exact change.
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Low Cost Vaccine Clinics

SPAY ILLINOIS

offers low cost pet vaccine clinics to ensure that all owners can afford to obtain preventative care for their pets. SPAY ILLINOIS also uses any profits from the clinics to subsidize spay/neuter for feral cats and individuals that cannot afford to spay/neuter their pets.

Many of the clinics are walk-ins but some require an appointment. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the close of the clinic to ensure you have time to fill out your paperwork.

  • To learn more about vaccines and why you should vaccinate your pet, click here.

South Suburban Humane Society

The SSHS clinic is located at 18349 S. Halsted in Glenwood, IL
They are located right next to Harlem Furniture in the Glenwood Plaza.

CLINIC HOURS
Monday-Wednesday 7am-5:30pm
Thursday 9am-3:00pm
Friday: 9am-1pm
Saturday & Sunday CLOSED

Do your part to help end pet overpopulation and spay or neuter your pets.

Call the clinic at 708.755.1110 or e-mail the clinic at clinicinfo@southsuburbanhumane.org with any questions
Did you know that the Spay/Neuter Clinic offers low-cost vaccinations every Friday from 9am-1pm?
No office visit fee!*
*$5 fee for animals that are not spayed/neutered (over 1 year)

1-year Rabies Vaccine* $30
Canine/Feline Distemper Vaccine $15
Kennel Cough Vaccine $15
Microchip (Includes registration!) $20
Heartworm Test $20
Nail Trim $10
Pyrantel Deworming $10
(each dose, recommended
for puppies/kittens)

Bring in proof of public assistance such as SSI, food stamps,
disability, unemployment or public aid and
recieve $5 off each vaccine!

Heartworm and Flea Preventative for sale!!

Tri-Heart Plus (Monthly Heartworm Pill)
6-month Supply
Dogs up to 25#………………….$20
Dogs 26#-50#…………………….$25
Dogs 51#-100#…………………..$30

Activyls (monthly flea repelent)
1 or 3-month Supply
Cats/Kittens……………………..$10/$27
Dogs up to 22#………………….$10/$27
Dogs 23#-44#…………………….$12/$29
Dogs 45#-88#…………………….$12/$29
Dogs 89#-132#…………………..$12/$30

Monthly Low Cost Vaccination Clinics At Joliet Township Animal Control

MONTHLY LOW COST VACCINATION CLINICS  @ JOLIET TOWNSHIP ANIMAL CONTROL
2807 McDonough Street, Joliet, IL
By appointment only (cash only, please)
**Please call (815) 257-0234 to make appointment**DOGS:
1-year Rabies Vaccine $15+county tag*
3-year Rabies Vaccine $30+county tag*
Distemper Vaccine $15
Bordetella Vaccine $15
Lepto Vaccine $15
Lyme Vaccine $20
Heartworm Test $20
Microchip $20
Heartworm Preventative (price varies by weight)
Deworming (price varies by weight)

CATS:
1-year Rabies Vaccine $15+county tag*
3-year Rabies Vaccine $30+county tag*
FVRCP Vaccine $15
FeLV Vaccine $15
Revolution $12 per dose
Microchip $20
Deworming (price varies by weight)

*WILL COUNTY RABIES TAG
1-year neutered $8
1-year unneutered $25
3-year neutered $20
3-year unneutered $50

Rabies Information

Illinois Department of Public Health: Bats and Bats Exclusion
CDC – NCID: Bats & Rabies

What is it?

Rabies is a deadly disease caused by a virus that attacks the central nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord.

How is it spread?

Animal bites are the main cause of infection. In rarer cases, however, the virus is passed on by scratches or, contact between infected blood or saliva and an open wound or the mucus membranes of the eyes, nose or mouth.

What kind of animals catch it?

All mammals are able to contract rabies. In Illinois, the virus is most common in bats and striped skunks. Unvaccinated dogs and cats are another high risk group.

What happens to sick animals?

Nearly all animals (including man) die once the virus infects the nervous system. People who are exposed to rabies can get vaccinations to keep the virus from spreading, but treatments must start immediately to be effective.

What are the signs?

An animal’s behavior can change when it gets sick. Lab tests are needed to make a positive diagnosis, but be cautious of any animal that:

  • loses fear of people, whether in an aggressive or very tame manner
  • is out during the day though though it is normally nocturnal
  • staggers, falls or stumbles
  • has recent wounds from fighting
  • has a hard time eating, drinking or swallowing. Some animals drool or “foam at the mouth” because they cannot swallow their saliva

Can the same signs show up in animals with other diseases?

Yes. Canine Distemper, is more common than rabies, can cause some of the same signs as Rabies, especially in raccoons and gray foxes. While Canine Distemper does not affect humans, you should avoid contact with any sick animal. Treat every animal bite as a risk for rabies. Your life depends on it.

What should I do if I want to avoid problems?

  • Vaccinate your pets – both dogs and cats
  • Do not touch or adopt wild animals.
  • Call your local police or animal control agency when a stray animal shows up at your home.
  • Teach kids to leave wildlife alone and to tell an adult if they are bitten or scratched by an animal.
  • When left alone, pets should be kept inside your home or in a kennel.
  • Do not feed wild animals or attract them by leaving food where they can get it.
  • Pre-exposure vaccines are available for high-risk groups like animal control officers and wildlife rehabilitators.