Vaccinate your pets!
Your pet needs vaccinations.
Did you know your cat or dog needs shots (vaccinations)
just like you do? Puppies and kittens are
especially vulnerable to diseases and need vaccinations
to protect them.
For example, the disease called
canine parvovirus (Parvo)
causes vomiting, bloody diarrhea, dehydration, and death
in dogs every year in Los Angeles County. Our county
also has many cases of
distemper (in dogs) and panleukopenia (in cats) every year. All of these
diseases can be prevented by vaccination.
One vaccination is NOT enough!
Vaccinations need to be given more than once in order to
protect your pet completely. For example, puppies
can be protected from Parvo by vaccinating them three
times between the age of 8 and 16 weeks. The Parvo
vaccine has to be given again a year later, and then is
given again every 1-3 years or as recommended by your
Vaccinations are a bargain.
Save yourself money and heartache. Vaccinations cost a
lot less than treating a sick pet. The best time to get
to know your local veterinarian is
your pet gets sick! Getting vaccinations from your
local veterinary clinic is a great way to get to know
them. Many veterinary clinics offer lower-cost
vaccinations on certain days. Animal shelters in our
county also offer low-cost vaccination clinics for your
dog or cat. Rabies vaccinations often cost as little as
Here are just a few of the many
vaccination clinics offered in LA County:
Low Cost Vaccination Clinics in LA County
Please note that this is not a comprehensive list and
that Veterinary Public Health is not affiliated with and
does not take responsibility for the services provided
from the listed clinics.
LA County Animal Care and Control
Vaccinations given at 6 animal shelter locations (Baldwin
Park, Downey, Carson, Agoura Hills, Castaic, Lancaster)
(562) 940-6898 for more information.
here for LACDACC Low cost vaccine and microchip
clinic schedule (January-February 2019).
City of Los Angeles Animal Services
Vaccinations given at 6 animal shelter locations around
the City of Los Angeles.
452-7381 for more
Inland Valley Humane Society
Walk-in vaccines and microchipping Monday through
Thursday from 11am -3pm for their service area only.
Long Beach Animal Care Services
For more information call
Pasadena Humane Society
Low cost vaccination clinics every Wednesday and
Saturday from 10:00am -11:30am and 1:00pm-1:30pm.
here for more information.
Southeast Area Animal Control Authority (SEAACA)
Vaccinations offered Tuesday -Friday: 10 am - 5pm, Saturday: 9 am - 4 pm.
No appointment is required as services are walk-in only.
Call (562) 803-3301 for more information.
9777 Seaaca St
Downey, CA 90241
Contact your local animal control agency for more
information. To see a list of all of animal control
agencies in LA County, click
information for licensing your pet in your city
Last updated: 2/8/2019