The Coastal Humane Society’s (CHS) last two Pet Vaccination Clinics of the year are on Saturday, November 25, in Nags Head, and on Wednesday, November 29, in Avon, per an announcement from CHS.
Dr. Burkart will hold a clinic at the Avon Volunteer Fire Department Station on November 29 between 3-5 p.m. Payment will be only by check or cash at this clinic.
Dr. Hayes and the Sound Veterinary Hospital team will be hosting a clinic at their Nags Head location between 9:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., and will also feature pet pictures with Santa.
No appointments are needed for either clinic. The clinics are popular, so families should be prepared to wait, as they are first come, first served.
The vaccination package for dogs includes rabies, Distemper/Parvo, and Bordetella for a total of $31. The package for cats includes rabies and FVRCP for $18.
Heartworm testing for dogs will also be offered for $14. Vaccines are priced individually so families can choose whether they want the package for their pets or just some vaccines.
Families must bring their dogs to the clinic on leashes and their cats in carriers.
“This is a great opportunity for owners to make sure their pets stay healthy members of their families,” said CHS in a press release. “Vaccinating your pets is the best gift you can give them this holiday season!”
The Coastal Humane Society began in 1997 as an all-volunteer non-profit organization helping everyone in the Outer Banks community care for their pets. Twenty-six years later – thanks to the generosity of our community – the organization has helped over 10,000 Outer Banks pets maintain their health and stay together with their people. Programs include low-cost spay/neuter, vaccinations, medical assistance, heartworm testing, pet food and supplies in the wake of hurricanes and other community-wide emergencies. If you need help caring for your pet, call 252-261-7417 or send a message through obxcoastalhumanesociety.org and our Facebook page.