Vaccinations are an important part of the on-going health program you set out for your pet. Beginning when they’re 8 weeks old, puppies and kittens need a series of vaccinations to protect them from a variety of diseases, such as parvo and distemper – which can be life threatening in a puppy or adult animal. After your pet has reached adulthood, keeping vaccinations up to date is important to the continued good health of your pet.
The San Juan Animal League offers eight low-cost vaccination clinics every year. Held on Sunday’s, the clinics take place in various locations around San Juan County, including: Farmington, Aztec, Bloomfield and Kirtland.
May 5 12 – 3pm
Union of Operating Engineers Hall, Kirtland
4260 Hwy. 64
June 2nd 12 – 4pm
Sycamore Park Center, Farmington
July 7th 12 – 4pm
Aztec Senior Center, Aztec
101 S. Park
August 18th 12 – 4pm
Farmington Rec Center, Farmington
October 6th 12 – 3pm
Bloomfield Multicultural Center
333 S. First St
November 10th 12 – 4pm
McGee Park, Bloomfield
41 Road 5568
And please help us thank all our sponsors who help make these clinics possible!
Rabies, Distemper, Feline Leukemia, and Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccines are available, as well as microchips and identification tags. 2018 prices are the same as last year’s. See the 2017 price list.