Ash Veterinary Clinic

Discounted Vaccination Clinics

Discounted Vaccination Clinics

Every Wednesday 10am – 4pm

Here at Ash Veterinary Clinic, we understand that Michigan is still feeling the effects of the diminished economy, even though things are looking up. To help out, our hospital offers a low-cost vaccine clinic every Wednesday from 10 am to 4 pm. During our Walk-In Wellness Wednesdays, we offer several packages that combine the common, most vital vaccines that pets receive. We also offer all other optional vaccines at a discounted rate.

img_stethoscopeUnlike the vaccine clinics at your local pet supply or feed store, all pets that come through our clinic will receive a full head-to-tail exam by the veterinarian. Visits are on a first-come, first-serve basis. During your pet’s head-to-tail exam, if an abnormality is found, the doctor will give you a recommended treatment plan while you still enjoy the luxury of a free exam. The vaccine clinic is meant for healthy pets. If your pet has a known problem before coming into the vaccine clinic, such as ear infection, itchy skin, etc., an exam fee will then apply. You see, these issues take more time to address and our top priority is to provide the best care possible for your pet.

Our most popular package is the “Purr”fect Pet Package, which includes the Rabies, Distemper, Leptospirosis, Bordetella and Lymes vaccines; a heartworm test; stool check and deworming for dogs and the Rabies, FVRCP and Feline Leukemia Vaccines; a Felv/FIV test; stool check and deworming for cats. If your pet only needs a single vaccine or just a heartworm test, we offer A ’La Carte pricing as well.

On these Wednesdays, our veterinary staff also offers toenail trims, baths and ear cleanings which are always performed by trained assistants and technicians at a very discounted rate. If you have any questions regarding our walk-in vaccination clinic, please feel free to call the friendly veterinary staff at Ash Veterinary Clinic at any time.

Many clients ask why we do not recommend or honor vaccines given by the breeder or ones the owner has bought at a pet store or online. The simple answer is “Why don’t parents vaccinate their own children?” The vaccines are very fragile and must be shipped and stored under specific conditions. Unfortunately, pet store employees and online stores are usually not aware of this and the vaccines stay out of the fridge for prolonged periods of time, rendering them ineffective and potentially harmful. Next, the way they are drawn up and administered is also crucial for full vaccination potential.

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