Pet Vaccine Clinic
The Pet Vaccine Clinic will be every Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm
Marietta Vet Clinic runs a Saturday pet vaccine clinic from 9am to 1pm for both dogs and cats.
The core vaccinations for dogs are Rabies and the Distemper/Parvovirus/Adenovirus/Parainfluenza combo shot. If you board, groom or frequent places where your dog comes into contact with other dogs, like a dog park, you will also need a Bordetella vaccine aka the “Kennel Cough” shot. For boarding purposes the Bordetella needs to be administered AT LEAST 5 DAYS PRIOR to your boarding date. If you take your dog into the woods or around standing water, you will also want a Leptospirosis vaccination.
The indoor cat core vaccinations are Rabies and the Herpes/Calicivirus/Panleukopenia combo shot. If you allow your cat to be outside, then you will also want to protect them against Feline Leukemia.
The Saturday Vaccine Clinic caters to single pet owners who just want annual vaccines and do not have any health concerns that need to be diagnosed. If you have multiple pets, you will be better served by scheduling an appointment Monday through Friday, as we only charge one exam fee for all your pet’s vaccinations within that calendar year. It allows for a more thorough exam and consult with the veterinarian with an appointment during the week. If you have multiple pets and they are due for vaccines at different times of the year, you will pay a $40 exam charge when the first pet comes into the clinic. However, when the next pet is due you will only pay for the vaccines. This is intended to help in the understanding of how many shots your animal needs.
Pricing for the Saturday Vaccine Clinic its $39 for one vaccine, $59 for two, $79 for 3 and each animal will also receive a quick exam and a broad spectrum deworming tablet that is included in the price.
We operate on appointments in order to provide efficient service without waits so please call and schedule an appointment ahead of time as Saturdays fill up quickly.
Marietta Vet Clinic offers Saturday pet vaccinations because every pet needs protection from contagious and deadly diseases.
Pet vaccines protect pets by triggering an immune response that fight against future infections and diseases. Since the widespread use of vaccines, disease and death has been prevented in millions of animals. Marietta Vet Clinic strives to protect every pet’s health by offering affordable pet vaccinations. Vaccinating against disease can provide your dog or cat a healthier life. The veterinarian at Marietta Vet Clinic can discuss and give advice regarding your pet’s individual vaccination needs.
Many factors are taken into account and a program is tailored to fit your pet. “Core” vaccines will be recommended for most pets, and “non-core” vaccines available for specific needs. Core vaccines protect pets against more serious and potentially fatal diseases. The American Animal Hospital Association, AAHA has developed guidelines with the following as core vaccines: adenovirus, parvovirus, rabies and distemper. Let our vet clinic serve as your animal clinic starting today.
Marietta Vet Clinic strives to provide pet vaccines in our animal clinic as a service to our Marietta, Kennesaw, Dallas, Powder Springs, Acworth and surrounding communities and pet populations.