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Mobile Veterinary Clinic
The Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA's mobile clinic offers vaccinations and microchips to the public at a discounted cost provided by one of our licensed veterinarians. We can be found throughout the Valley, as well as at our own facility in Phoenix.
The following information will help you determine what vaccinations your pet may need.
- Rabies: Law requires that dogs be vaccinated for rabies. We recommend that they be initially vaccinated between 3 and 4 months old. The first vaccination needs to be boostered in 1 year and then every 3 years after that.
- DHPP: We recommend distemper/parvo, dhpp. Vaccinations in puppies should be initiated at 6-8 weeks of age. They should be boostered every 3 weeks until they are 14-16 weeks old. They should been be boostered in 1 year and then once a year after that.
- Bordetella: Vaccinations are available - consult with your veterinarian to determine your animal's particular risk.
- Rabies: Cats are not required to have rabies vaccinations in Arizona; however it is generally recommended that they do receive them.
- FVRCP: We recommend distemper, FVRCP. Vaccinations in kittens should be initiated at 6-8 weeks of age. They should be boostered every 3 weeks until they are 14-16 weeks old. They should been be boostered in 1 year and then every 3 years after that.
- FeLV: Feline leukemia, FeLV, vaccinations are available - consult with your veterinarian to determine your animal's particular risk.
$14.00 each or 3 for $40.00 (same animal)
$30.00 (includes registration)
Please click here for mobile clinic dates, times, and locations. If you don't see we are scheduled to be at a location near you, check back often as we add new locations on a regular basis. We hope to see you soon!
Vaccinations stimulate your pet's immune system so that it can fight off diseases if they are exposed. Vaccinations do not cure disease, and may not stop a disease from occurring if your pet has already been exposed.
When visiting one of our mobile vaccination clinics, our veterinarians are not available for consultations to diagnose, treat, or prescribe for public animals. We strongly recommend that you schedule annual examinations with your veterinarian to assess your pet's health and determine the care needed for your pet. Routine health examinations and appropriate parasite and disease screening are important for your pet's overall health.