Weekly Low-Cost Pet Vaccinations Coming To Everett Animal Shelter Starting Friday

October 20, 2021


Word in from the Everett Animal Shelter on a new program underway this week to provide needed vaccinations to residents of Everett, Washington who meet income limits. 

Clinics start this week and appointments are required.

The Everett Animal Shelter will host weekly low-cost pet vaccination clinics for dogs and cats at the shelter (333 Smith Island Rd., Everett), beginning Friday, Oct. 22.

The low-cost pet vaccinations are available by appointment only to pet owners who meet income thresholds in Snohomish County. Microchips, flea treatment and de-worming will also be available.

“Vaccines save lives, and that includes our beloved pets’ lives too,” said Glynis Frederiksen, animal services manager. “We’re excited to be able to provide veterinary care to protect pets from diseases and help them live long, healthy lives.”

Distemper (DAPP/FVRCP) and rabies vaccines will be available to eligible pet owners for $15 each, per pet. Microchipping, flea treatment and general de-worming will also be available. City of Everett residents providing proof of a current pet license may receive one free vaccine or microchip, limit one per pet.

The DAPP vaccine protects dogs from distemper, adenovirus, parainfluenza and parvo. The FVRCP vaccine protects cats from feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus and panleukopenia.

Learn more, view eligibility requirements and schedule an appointment at everettwa.gov/petvaccines. Everett pet licenses are available online at everettwa.gov/petlicense.


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