Low Cost Pet Vaccinations

If you’re like me and you have a pet, you’d probably love to save a few bucks on vaccinations, flea & tick meds, etc.

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Last year, while picking up some food at Pet Supermarket, I stumbled upon a flyer for low cost vaccinations and decided to give them a try.

I brought Peanut into Pet Supermarket the following Saturday and the folks from Animal Health Services took care of her. For just over $50, she got all of her necessary vaccinations (Rabies, 6 in 1, Bordetella and Heartworm) for the year! Quite a bargain when compared to what I was spending at the Vet’s office to do it.

Animal Health Services recommends taking your pet to the Vet for their annual check ups, but believes in low cost preventive care for pets.

Services are scheduled for specific days in each area, and are available first-come, first serve.

For more information about when they’ll be at your local pet store, check out their site or give them a call.

Animal Health Services
(888) 680-7387
www.animalhealth.cc

8 comments

  1. Thanks for the advice. I’m sad to say it’s been years since I’ve taken Beaner to the vet. But he’s an indoor cat, so I don’t really think he’s exposed to too much that will result in fleas or ticks.

  2. Peanut is sooo cute! Let us know if you ever want him featured on one of our future Get To Know a Dog Day posts. She deserves some exposure! haha

    Anyways, this is the first time I’ve been to your blog and I will definitely be back! Thanks!

  3. @Teena Cool! And we’ve kinda had to let our “Pet Pulse” feature die due to lack of submissions, so if you know of anyone who’d like to have their pet featured on our blog, have them e-mail pulseofcentralflorida[at]mail[dot]com.

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