In partnership with Petco Love, the Everett Animal Shelter will be hosting a free pet vaccine clinic on Wednesday, November 1st from 2pm - 4pm for low-income cat and dog owners living in Snohomish County (see eligibility below).
Thanks to Petco Love, these vaccines will be free of charge. Vaccines offered are DAPPv (dogs) and HCP (cats). Supplies are limited.
Vaccine Clinic details
Wednesday, November 1st, 2pm - 4pm, first come first served, until supplies last, vaccines are limited
Parking is available in the shelter lot or across the street at Langus Riverfront Park
Vaccine clinic is first come first served, please line up at the front door outside the shetler
Pets must be 6 weeks of age or older
Dogs must be on a leash with a collar they can't slip out of, cats must be in secure carriers
We are unable to accommodate aggressive animals. If your pet requires extra restraint they will be turned away.
Pets must be healthy in order to be vaccinated. We cannot vaccinate a pet which:
has ever had a reaction to a vaccine
has shown signs of illness in the past 2 weeks
is pregnant or nursing puppies or kittens
Distemper (DAPPv and HCP) vaccines can be given at 6 - 8 weeks of age and will require a booster every 2 - 4 weeks until 5 months of age. Dogs and cats should be revaccinated at 1 year and every 3 years thereafter
At this clinic we will not be offering any other vaccines or services
EAS is not an emergency veterinary hospital. If your pet needs urgent medical care, contact your own veterinarian to seek immediate assistance. If you have questions for us please call 425-257-6000. Be aware that our phones are not staffed 24/7, and messages may not be returned until the following day.
Adjusted annual household income must be below the maximum income threshold for Snohomish County: