Low Cost Microchip and Vaccination Clinics
The Coalition of All Breed Rescue of Arizona (CABRA), a nonprofit IRS 501(c)(3) organization is having another low cost microchip and vaccination clinic on Sunday November 8 from 9 to 2:00 p.m. at the University of Arizona Maricopa County Cooperative Extension building on 4341 E. Broadway in Phoenix (roughly 43rd street and Broadway).
The HomeAgain microchip including registration is only $20 each.
Vaccinations (parvo/distemper, rabies, or bordatella) are only $15 each if the dog/cat gets a microchip or has one ($20 each if they don’t).
We do have the cat equivalent of distemper shots at the same prices. These are great prices and reflect our low overhead. Other than the vet and vet tech, the other workers are volunteers. There is no separate vet examination fee.
Microchips are increasingly being cited as the basis for getting lost pets back to their owners and at these prices you want your pet to have one. In fact, just this week we learned about a lost dog that was returned due to one of our implanted chips. The owner was very appreciative.
Microchips and shots given by a licensed vet and there is no "visit" charge. This clinic is open to the general public and you don't have to have an appointment or be a member of CABRA to participate. So come on out.
Microchips and distemper/parvo and rabies vaccinations for dogs and cats provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Please be there before 1:00 if you are bringing multiple pets.
Please notice that we use HomeAgain microchips which cost us more than others but we think they are the best.
We accept cash, checks, debit, or credit cards.
Don't wait till your pet gets lost to think about microchipping. At these prices you don’t want to risk it.