First State Animal Center and SPCA holding Vaccination Clinic, Monday, May 19, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. and a CAT Spay/Neuter Clinic

The First State Animal Center-SPCA will hold its next vaccination clinic on Monday, May 19th, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. There is also a Fixin’ To Save Lives Spay/Neuter Clinic for cats only scheduled from 10:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.  on Monday. The vaccination clinic is first-come, first-serve; the spay/neuter clinic is by appointment.

Rabies, distemper and bordatella are $15 each, microchipping is $25. Bring prior vaccine history for each animal to receive a 3- year rabies vaccine. The clinic will be held in the holding bay, the large tan warehouse at Animal Control, next door to the FSAC-SPCA, located on Cochran Drive, Camden, DE.

The Spay/Neuter is as follows: $55 for males, $75 for females. This also includes a rabies shot. You may call 943-6032, ext. 2, to schedule the appointment.

Regarding the vaccination clinic, please have your pets’ paperwork with you to determine the best vaccine schedule for your pet. We do not give vaccines to pets under 8 weeks old. The rabies vaccine will not be given to animals under 16 weeks old.

Please note the following price schedule for New Vectra (for flea & tick):

Cat - $43.00
Dog 2-20 lb - $47.00
Dog 21-55 lb - $48.00
Dog 56-95 lb - $50.00
Dog over 95 lb - $51.00

At the vaccination clinic, all dogs must be on a leash and all cats must be in a carrier. Aggressive dogs must stay in the vehicle but may have to wait to be vaccinated. Individuals and families are responsible for their pets; bring water, waste bags and a muzzle if needed. We accept cash, checks and Visa/MC. Parking is in our fenced lot beside the tan building or in front. There is NO PARKING on the street. Please dress appropriately and keep your pets safe. No appointments are taken – it is first-come, first-serve.

The mission of the First State Animal Center and SPCA is twofold: they protect animals from people, by prevention of cruelty and suffering, rescue of the trapped or injured, emergency medical treatment, temporary housing for homeless animals and the reduction of homeless pet overpopulation through targeted spay/neuter and education programs; and they protect people from animals through their commitment  in placing only stable, safe and well-adjusted animals into homes where they will thrive while simultaneously educating the public about responsible pet guardianship.

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