Drive Thru Vaccine Clinics

Rescue One is excited to offer drive thru vaccination clinics at a low cost for our community!

Due to increased demand for low income services for pets in our community, Rescue One is now hosting drive thru vaccine clinics. Here is how they work: 
  • Step 1: As cars arrive at the clinic location, volunteers direct them to a lane. Dogs must be on leashes, and cats must be in carriers—all inside their owners’ vehicle.
  • Step 2: The first stop in the lane(s) is a registration table, where volunteers give you a client form for each animal.
  • Step 3: Drivers proceed in there lane where they pay for the vaccines.
  • Step 4: Drivers roll on to the vaccine table ( there’s one in each lane).  As each car pulls up, staff members collect your forms  and prep the vaccines. The veterinarian then administers the vaccines to the pets in the car (sometimes we ask the owners to have the pet exit the vehicle if needed to complete the vaccinations. Technicians and staff are on hand to assist if needed.
  • Step 5: Pet owners then get their proof of vaccinations including rabies tag if selected.  Then they drive away on to the rest of their day.
We offer the following vaccines for $10 each:
For canines:
DAPPv (Canine Distemper-Parainfluenza-Parvovirus Vaccine,) *Must be at least 6 weeks old.

Bordetella (kennel cough vaccine)

1 year Rabies vaccine  *Must be at least 12 weeks old.

For Felines:

1-HCPCh Feline Vaccine (chlamydia psittaci | feline calicivirus | feline panleukopenia virus | feline viral rhinotracheitis) *Must be at least 6 weeks old

1 year Rabies vaccine  *Must be at least 12 weeks old.

THE FOLLOWING PROTOCOLS HAVE BEEN IMPLEMENTED FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY:

1.) Pet owners and pets must remain inside their vehicles at all times.
2.) A mask covering your nose & mouth when our staff approaches your vehicle is required..
3.) All dogs must be on a leash and all cats must be in carriers in order to be vaccinated.
4.) This is a cash only event.
5.) All clipboards will be sanitized between uses.

Stay tuned for December clinic details. 

In the meantime, take a look at some pets we were in our October and November clinics!