Low-cost Pet Vaccination Clinics

Low-cost vaccinations are available at the Bell Tower Regional Community Center. Dogs may be vaccinated for rabies ($6), DHPP ($14) and bordetella ($11). Cats can be vaccinated for rabies ($6) and FVRCP ($14). 

Microchip services are also available, for $30. 

Cash is the only form of payment accepted.

Clinics will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Jan. 5 and March 2. 

Gwen Oropallo February 05, 2011 at 06:45 PM
Will there be future pet low cost vaccine clinic's at this location in 2011?
April Josephson February 06, 2011 at 11:26 AM
The low-cost vaccination clinic is held at the Bell Tower Center periodically. Check the calendar here, and also the calendar on the city's website. It has been a very popular service that the city of RSM will continue to provide.
Robin Barr February 21, 2011 at 02:40 AM
That's good to know, April, thanks. I'd also like to share that I've found a very good vet who's also affordable, starting with office visits at $40. The first visit for each of your pets are free. The vet is Dr. Korolos at Trinity Pet Center (Used to be named Affordable Spay and Neuter). I wrote a couple of blogs about him: http://wp.me/pTlhh-5T and a follow up, http://wp.me/pTlhh-6x. He's on Alicia just west of the 5 in the same parking lot as Big Lot in Laguna Hills. Address and phone number are on the blogs. For you animal lovers, I think you'll enjoy the posts in the 'animal' category on both my blogs: Robin Barr www.SaddlebackBuzz.wordpress.com www.RobinBarrBuzz.com
April Josephson February 21, 2011 at 08:13 AM
Robin, I used Affordable Spay and Neuter, just after Dr. Korolos bought it from Dr. Wheaton. I"ve also referred people there over the last several years. I didn't know that he changed the name. I knew that he was adding other low cost services, but does that mean he no longer will be focusing on affordable spay/neuter services as the primary component of the business? That was such a needed service in South County.
Robin Barr February 21, 2011 at 08:27 AM
April - I don't believe that spay/neuter services is the primary component of his practice. Since both my dogs are taken care of, I didn't ask or pay attention what he charges, but all his fees are less expensive right down the line. I believe teeth cleaning is $150, for instance. Just a side note, the man who manages his office, his name escapes me, does dog walking for a very low price. He'll spend a few hours with the dogs also in the evening. He'll water the plants, get your mail. He just a very cool guy who could use some extra money (he's a family man) but absolutely loves animals and very compassionate with them. My dogs took to him immediately at the office. I've haven't hired him yet so don't have that personal experience to assess by, but if you talk to him, you'll see what I mean. I'll get more details about this and post it on my blog in the near future. Robin Barr www.SaddlebackBuzz.wordpress.com www.RobinBarrBuzz.com


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