Vaccine Clinics

Call to schedule an appointment: 800-452-0114

Fox Clinic offers low-fee vaccination clinics to help protect pets from common diseases. These clinics do not replace the need for regular veterinary examinations.

Vaccination clinics are by appointment only.

Payment is expected at the time services are rendered.
Cash, MasterCard and Visa are accepted. We do not accept checks.

2017 Vaccination Clinic Schedule

January 13,27 February 10, 24 March 10, 24
April 7, 21 May 5, 19 June 2, 16, 30
July 14, 28 August 11, 25 September 8, 22
October 6, 20 November 3, 17 December 1, 15, 29

 

  • Please bring any vaccination paperwork you may have to your appointment. Fox Clinic cannot wait for another veterinarian to send it to us on vaccine clinic day. If your pet is having a rabies vaccination, we will need proof of a prior vaccine to issue a three-year certificate.
  • Cats must be in a pet carrier and dogs must be on a leash. If your dog is aggressive please do not bring him/her to a vaccine clinic. A regular office appointment will be necessary.
  • The clinics are high-volume. Multiple people will be scheduled at the same time. When you arrive, sign in with a staff member. We will do our best to take you in the order in which you signed in. Thank you for your patience as we try to help as many pets as possible.
  • Vaccines offered are as follows: Distemper, Rabies, Leukemia, Lyme and Bordetella.

Recommended Vaccination Schedule [top]

Cats and Kittens  
Age Vaccine
9 weeks Feline Distemper, Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia (FVRCP)
12 to 13 weeks FVRCP and Feline Leukemia #1
3 months Rabies (required by state law) this vaccine lasts one year; all subsequent vaccinations will be good for 3 years
15 to 16 weeks Feline Leukemia #2
Annual FVRCP and Leukemia
1 year Rabies (required by state law) this vaccine is good for 3 years
Every 3 years (if kept current) Rabies (required by state law)

 

Dogs and Puppies  
Age Vaccine
6 to 8 weeks (depending on breed) Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza and Parvovirus (DHLPP) #1
9 to 12 weeks DHLPP #2
3 months Rabies (required by state law) this vaccine lasts one year; all subsequent vaccinations will be good for 3 years if kept current
15 to 16 weeks (depending on breed) DHLPP #3
1 year Rabies (required by state law) this vaccine lasts for 3 years
Every 3 years (if kept current) Rabies (required by state law)
As needed Bordetella (recommended prior to being admitted to a kennel with boosters annually)
As needed Lyme Disease (available for dogs at high risk with boosters annually)

Vaccine Clinics

Connecticut Humane Society

701 Russell Road, Newington, CT 06111
800-452-0114 | FAX 860-665-1478   info@cthumane.org 
The Connecticut Humane Society is a 501(c)(3)
non-profit organization. EIN: 06-0667605
Copyright 2013 Connecticut Humane Society

Copyright 2013 Connecticut Humane Society