Vaccination Clinics


 

 

vacc pix2Vaccinations 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 Sundays, the clinics take place in various locations around San Juan County, including: Farmington, Aztec, Bloomfield and Kirtland.

10-1-2020   We regret to announce that the rest of the vaccine clinics for 2020 have been cancelled.  We will work hard to have the clinics up and running in March 2021.  If your pet is in need of vaccines, please contact one of the local vet offices.

  • Animal Haven Clinic  822 E. Main  325-8829
  • Farmington Veterinary Clinic  6603 E. Main  325-7462
  • San Juan Veterinary Clinic  167 Browning Parkway  326-2205
  • Valley Vet  4390 E. Main  326-2237
  • Angels Among Us  664 E. Broadway (Bloomfield)  258-2148

 

 

 

March 8   12 – 3:30 pm
Farmington Rec Center
1101 Fairgrounds Rd
sponsored by Citizens Bank

 

April 19   12 – 3:30 pm 
McGee Park Fairgrounds
41 Road 5568
sponsored by Canine Castle

 

May 3  12 – 3:30 pm
Farmington Rec. Center
 1101 Fairgrounds Rd.
sponsored by Melloy Honda

 

June 7   12 – 3:30 pm  
Sycamore Park Center, Farmington
1051 Sycamore St. 
sponsored by Woods Insurance

 

July 12   12 – 3:30 pm  
Aztec Senior Center
101 S. Park
sponsored by Laundratopia
and Redi-Door Storage

 

 August 9  12 – 3:30 pm  
Farmington Rec Center
1101 Fairgrounds Rd.
sponsored by Porters
and Blue Moon Diner

 

October 4   12 – 3:30 pm
McGee Park Fairgrounds
41 Road 5568 
sponsored by
Ziems Ford Corners
The Pet Memorial

 

November 8   12 – 3:30 pm
McGee Park Fairgrounds
41 Road 5568
sponsored by Edward Jones
Kathy Hogan, Financial Advisor

 

 

 

Note: We regret that we are unable to provide vaccines or spay/neuter for wolves, wolf hybrids, coyote hybrids or pregnant animals at this time.