The Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley will hold a low cost pet vaccination, testing and microchip clinic on Saturday, October 17th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Society’s Fix-A-Pet Clinic located at 10421 Chapman Highway in Seymour. No appointment is necessary.
“During these very trying times, the Humane Society wants to help pet owners provide preventative health care for their dogs and cats by offering low cost services”, said Vicky Crosetti, the Society’s Executive Director. “One vaccination may prevent several diseases that would be prohibitively expensive to treat should a pet become ill.”
Rabies vaccinations for dogs and cats will cost $12; distemper/parvo and kennel cough vaccinations for dogs and distemper and feline leukemia vaccinations for cats will cost $20 each.
Heartworm testing for dogs will cost $20 as will feline leukemia/lenti virus testing for cats.
The discounted price for a microchip and lifetime registration will be $30.
In addition to vaccinations and testing, the Fix-A-Pet clinic offers low cost spay/neuter services on Wednesdays and Thursdays and sells topical flea and tick medications as well as heartworm preventative at prices lower than the internet.
Those interested in scheduling a spay/neuter surgery should call 579-6738. Puppies may be surgically sterilized as early as eight weeks of age and kittens at about eleven weeks of age.
may be obtained by calling 865-579-6738.