OK Humane sets date for next low-cost vaccination clinic

June 6th, 2010

Please note- this announcement was made for the vaccination clinic that took place on July 9th, 2010. There will NOT be a vaccination clinic on July 9th, 2011.

The OK Humane Spay/Neuter Clinic (located at NW 16th & Meridian Ave. in OKC) will hold a low-cost vaccination clinic (offering other services). Please see details below!

No appointment Necessary!

Friday, July 9th 2010
8:30AM-4:00PM

Location:

OK HUMANE PLACE SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC
4522 NW 16TH STREET
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73127
405-947-SPAY (7729)

RABIES VACCINATIONS $5
YEARLY DOG AND CAT VACCINATIONS $10
BORDETELLA VACCINATIONS $10
FELINE LEUKEMIA VACCINATIONS $10
HEARTWORM TEST $20
FIV/FELEUK TEST $20
DEWORMING $10
FRONTLINE $10
NAIL TRIMS $5
MICROCHIPS $20
ID TAGS $5

NO APPOINTMENT IS NECESSARY! THIS WILL BE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS!
ALL CATS MUST BE IN A CARRIER AND ALL DOGS SHOULD BE ON A LEASH!

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37 Responses to “OK Humane sets date for next low-cost vaccination clinic”

  1. Marge says:

    Is there a limit of how many animals we can bring? Do we have to live in the OKC area, or is it available for all OK residents?

    • okhumane says:

      No limit–except the size of your vehicle, I suppose! We do only vaccinate dogs and cats, so no horses, goats, etc. Anyone can come–you do not have to live in Oklahoma City. We’ll be doing vaccinations, deworming, microchipping, etc. and all the other services until 4:30 pm, so come on over!

  2. jessoca says:

    What shots are the yearly dog vaccinations? Is there usually a high turn out? long waits? maybe a less busy time to come?

    • okhumane says:

      Jessica, the yearly dog vaccinations come in one shot; it is a combo vaccine that protects against canine distemper virus, canine adenovirus, parainfluenza, and canine parvovirus (the four viruses are commonly abbreviated DHPP). We also offer Rabies vaccinations.
      There is usually a very high turnout at these clinics. Probably the best time to get there is the earlier the better–later in the day tends to be more crowded. We try to process everyone as quickly as we can, and we have lots of volunteers on hand, but you should expect to wait a while because this is a very popular event.

  3. Myloe says:

    What is the yearly cat vaccines? Is this based on household income?

    • okhumane says:

      For the vaccinations and services offered on July 9, there are no income restrictions–everyone is welcome. Our normal clinic spay/neuter services are available based on household income, however.

      The yearly cat vaccinations are the FVRCP vaccines. this is the standard yearly booster for vaccinations. We are also offering Rabies vaccinations.

  4. anigal says:

    Will there be future dates? My dogs are up-to-date until Sept. and Nov. Will there be a vaccination clinic closer to those months?

    • okhumane says:

      We schedule a vaccination clinic about once every quarter (four times a year). Our next one should be sometime in the fall. We have not scheduled that date yet, but as soon as we do, we’ll post it here!

  5. Jana says:

    Do you accept checks and credit cards, or only cash for payment?

  6. roxanne says:

    what other dates will you be offering? I just came across this a few days late and i receive only unemployment and really want to make sure my new puppy gets her shots

    • okhumane says:

      Sorry you missed the clinic! We’ll offer another clinic most likely sometime in the fall. We offer these usually four times a year. However, what I would recommend for you is to call the clinic at 947-7729, because we offer vaccinations at the time of spay/neuter surgery, and we do those five days a week, every week of the year. If your new puppy hasn’t been spayed, this is very important for her health and to prevent pet overpopulation. She can get pregnant as early as six months of age, and you probably don’t want the expense of a surprise litter of puppies! We could spay her and do her vaccinations all at the same time for a very low price. Please call us and we can help you!

  7. tammy says:

    hi this is tammy , i just wanted to know does still same price 5.00 rabies that my two cats need due shots for rabies. please email me thank u very much

  8. tammy says:

    my friend found out her small dog is pregnacy and its hard to tell yes or no that how to tell if the small dog is prengancy. do u know where is get free check on her dog prengancy?

    • okhumane says:

      Hello Tammy, the best thing to do is see a veterinarian to see if the dog is pregnant. Most vets will charge for an office visit, however, usually around $35. If your friend does not want to have puppies, the best thing to do is to make an appointment to have her fixed immediately at our clinic. They will be able to tell if she is pregnant. Please give us a call (you or your friend) at 405-947-7729. We can talk to you more about this specific situation, and also make an appointment for the dog to come in. Best to take care of this now before she has five or six puppies that all need to be fixed, too!

  9. Alison says:

    Does getting your dog “fixed” change their behavior? If so, in what ways? I just got her a couple of months ago and it took her FOREVER to come around to us. She is only close to me and still barks and ducks down at other house members. I wonder if this will deter her “loosening up”. She was rescued from a puppy mill and she was used to breed shih tzu’s and didn’t seem like she had hardly any hands on human affection until now.

    • okhumane says:

      Alison, every dog is different, but here is what a Veterinarian we trust says:

      “No, you will not see temperament changes in a dog after a spay/neuter surgery; her temperament is most likely due to lack of socialization during the key time of development, i.e. when she was puppy. There is a very good chance that she will always be timid around people.”

      Per consultation with Dr. Beth Ruby at Quail Creek Veterinary Clinic

      If any changes arise in behavior, they are usually related to aggression/dominance and attachment. a spayed/neutered animal may be less likely to roam or be distracted because it no longer has sexual urges. Males and females can both become less aggressive once they are spayed/neutered as well.

      Spaying your dog greatly reduces and eliminates the risk of some cancers; she will probably live a longer, happier life once she is spayed. Plus, it’s just the right thing to do, especially for a dog who was used as a breeder. She doesn’t need to have any more litters! Pregnancy is very hard on the body. Not to mention the animals being killed at shelters every day because there are so many unwanted litters being born!

      If you have ANY questions, please call our clinic at 947-7729 and we’d love to help.

  10. Alison says:

    Wow! Thank you for your response! I’m amazed. I will sure call on the OK Humane Clinic for our needs. Thank you so much.

  11. Angela says:

    I have recently moved to Lawton, I have to register my dog and would like to have her spayed first. She also needs to get her shots updated. Can you please tell me how much spaying her will be plus her shots. I am looking for the cheapest way for this to happen as my kids and I have lost our home and am living with family here.

    • okhumane says:

      Hi Angela! The best way to get an accurate price is to call our OK Humane Place Spay Neuter clinic at (405) 947-7729. They will ask you the age, weight, breed, etc. of your dog and that is how they determine the price. I can give you a ballpark figure of around $50 to $75 for the whole procedure, but you need to talk to the clinic staff to make sure. You can call any time between 8:30 and 5:30, and they can usually get you in the next day! Good luck in Lawton!

  12. sherry says:

    What are the dates for the 2011 clinics?

  13. Wendy says:

    I would like to know if the Friday July 9th is for this year 2011. If so Friday is the 8th. If not when is your next low cost vaccination clinic being held. Thanks for the work that you do, it is very much appreciated. Wendy

  14. michelle says:

    are these services still available? does the dog need to be neuter or spayed to qualify?

    • okhumane says:

      Please note this is from last year–we will have another vaccination clinic this fall. There are no requirements–your dog does not need to be spayed or neutered. Although we definitely encourage it! If you would like information or to make an appointment at our low-cost clinic for spay/neuter (open 5 days a week), just call 947-SPAY!

  15. Melissa says:

    I heard that their is going to be a low cost vaccination clinic this Thursday October 25th. If so what time and cost.

  16. Sharyl says:

    If a dog is pregnant are they able to get their vaccinations?

    • okhumane says:

      Sharyl she can get her rabbies vaccination but we do recommend waiting to get the others until after she is done nursing.

  17. Jennifer says:

    Hi, I am needing to get my 3 year old baby his shots. I was told the 7n1 so I got it but I just don’t want to hurt him eventhough I gave him shots and fluids when he got parvo at 4 months. But I can’t afford all this money all the vets are saying and my 3 month old chihuahua just passed of parvo so some how its got in our yard and have don’t know how. But I am VERY SCARED now and need to get him a booster can I get them at your clinic?
    Jennifer Burgess

    • okhumane says:

      Jennifer, our clinic does offer low-cost vaccinations at the time of spay/neuter surgery. Additionally, our OK Humane Place Clinic will be hosting a low-cost vaccination clinic at the end of September.

  18. Michelle says:

    Could you please give me the date in September, 2013 that you will have your clinic? Also, could you give me the price of the rabies and DHPP? Thanks!

    • okhumane says:

      Michelle, the exact date hasn’t been set yet. You can keep an eye on our Facebook and website for more information and pricing.

  19. Adriana says:

    I have a 21 week puppy who bit my little sis are the shots still $5 ,i just found this page

    • okhumane says:

      Adriana, This blog was for our vaccination clinic is 2010. We do still have these quarterly and should have one coming up shortly. When that clinic is scheduled, we will announce it on social media as well as on our website.

      Vaccines at the clinic are $10 each. We do offer $5 Rabies vaccinations at the time of a spay/neuter surgery. For more information, you can call our OK Humane Place Spay + Neuter Clinic at 405-947-7229.

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