Low-Cost Vaccination and Microchip Clinic

Vaccination Clinic

Our contactless, low-cost, public vaccination/microchip clinics are returning May 2021! Please see the information below for details on dates and how to sign up. 

What to Expect When Our Contactless Vaccination Clinics Resume:

  • Vaccination clinics are contactless and by appointment only.
  • Contactless vaccination clinics will be held at the new Riverdale Animal Shelter in the parking lot immediately across from our Community Room (on the south end of the shelter).
  • The vaccination clinic team will retrieve your pet from your vehicle. Please ensure your pet is properly restrained with a well-fitted leash or harness, or in a carrier.
  • A current vaccination record for your pet(s) isn’t required, but is helpful to ensuring they receive the correct vaccinations. Please bring your most current records – especially for puppies and kittens
  • Once payment has been received you will receive your pet’s updated vaccination records.

Additional Points to Note:

  • An ill pet can sicken other animals. Please care for your sick pets at home. We’re happy to provide vaccinations when they’re healthy and feeling better.
  • Vaccinations take a few days to a few weeks to become effective. Keeping pets from interacting with other animals will help safeguard them in the meantime.

Vaccination/Microchip Clinic Dates (Clinics will be held from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.):

Wednesday, May 5
Wednesday, May 19
Wednesday, June 16
Wednesday, June 30
Wednesday, July 14
Wednesday, July 28
Wednesday, Aug. 11
Wednesday, Aug. 25

How to make an appointment:

The sign-up link for each clinic will be posted on this page and on Facebook at 9 a.m. on the Saturday before the Wednesday clinic.

Sign-Up Here

​Vaccinations Offered:

We offer the following vaccinations (prices effective Feb. 1, 2020):

Cats:

  • Rabies (one year vaccination) - $15
  • Distemper/Panleukopenia (FVRCP) $15

Dogs:

  • Rabies (one year vaccination) - $15
  • Distemper/Parvo - $15
  • Bordetella - $15

Microchips

Microchipping your pet is one of the simplest ways to bring your pet home to you. If your pet is to become lost and found by someone else, your city’s Animal Control Department, local shelter, or veterinary clinic can scan the chip to help find you, their owner. The chip is about the size of a grain of rice and contains your contact information, which should be updated anytime you and your pet move to a new home or location. 

  • Microchip - $25