Vaccination and
Testing Information

ABC is committed to providing access to quality, affordable preventive care for your pet. This thoughtful protocol is part of our care for you, your pets, and the community.

 

Veterinary studies show that after your pet has built immunity, vaccinations are needed, but not every year. Your adult cat or dog may be eligible for a 3 year vaccination frequency for Feline Respiratory/Feline Leukemia, Canine Distemper/Parvo Combo if the initial series of vaccinations AND appropriate boosters are complete. (This protocol is similar to Waco/McLennan County Rabies Vaccination requirements). If your pet’s environment and disease exposure is high risk, you may want to vaccinate more frequently than every 3 years. Discuss timing or other special concerns during your pet’s next visit.

 

With savings from less frequent vaccinations, we suggest having your pet microchipped, maintaining your pet on lifetime heartworm prevention and considering a flea/tick control. Animal Birth Control Clinic is a preventive care spay/neuter/vaccination clinic. We recommend annual wellness visits to your full-service veterinary clinic for your pet’s health evaluation or early health concerns.

Give staff your email address to get your pet's reminders via email.

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Healthy Pet Preventive Visit Hours

Monday-Friday

9am-2pm & some Saturdays

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dogs must be on a leash or in a carrier. Check your dog's collar fit before leaving home. 

Cats must be in a carrier or trap.

 

For low-stress tips on getting your cat to the clinic click the photo below.