The Cornelius Clinic provides affordable, vaccination, and other basic pet wellness services that will protect your pet against common health threats.
The CAP Cornelius Wellness Clinic is operating based on Appointments Only, no walk-in visits at this time.
|Appointments available on :||
Thursday 9am-1pm & 2pm-4pm (staff at lunch from 1-2pm)
When you Arrive at Your Appointment
Reschedule your appointment if you or anyone in your family feels ill.
Please note - while your pet is having their exam, you may wait in our clinic lobby or in your car. Up to two families at a time can wait in the lobby, with up to two people per family. Families are not allowed in exam rooms.
|Late Arrival/No Show Policy (updated 4.12.21) :: Clients arriving at their appointment more than 5 minutes late will have a $10 late fee added to the visit, or they can reschedule. Clients arriving within 10 minutes of closing time will be asked to schedule a new appointment.|
17555 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77094 - Look for The Cornelius Clinic building southwest of the main shelter building. We do ask that you do not walk your dog in the park area as the shelter animals are walked in that area each morning and afternoon.
Notice: Prices may change at times due to product manufacturer increases.
All military service members, active or veteran, receive 10% off services with proof of military service.
Due at the time of service. We accept Credit/Debit Cards Only. (no cash/checks)
What to Bring
- Your pet's prior vaccination record from other clinics
- Our Release Form
PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR PET TO THE CLINIC IF YOUR PET IS SICK OR INJURED.
The CAP Vaccination Clinic does not provide treatment for sick, heartworm positive, or injured animals. Please see a full-service veterinary clinic for these issues.
Please stay inside your car. When you arrive, please call the clinic at 281-600-8500 and we will come out to you.
To purchase heartworm medication, dogs must have been seen by our vet within the last year and be heartworm tested either:
- at 6 months of age if not on prevention
- at annual visit during 2nd rabies vaccination if on prevention since 2 months of age
- at the annual visit as an adult
Your pet will receive a basic examination by the veterinarian which includes an examination of the skin, eyes, ears, mouth, teeth, temperature, and overall body. If minor health issues are detected, such as fleas or parasites, the veterinarian can suggest medication for treatment. If the issues are more serious, you will be instructed to take your pet to a veterinarian. In addition to vaccinations, the Wellness Clinic offers:
- Heartworm test for dogs 6 months and older
- Microchipping through 24Petwatch network
- Nail Trimming
- Preventative Heartworm/Flea & Tick Medication
Are you a current client of the vaccination clinic? If so, take advantage of ordering your flea & heartworm medications online. Visit our Online Vets First Choice Pharmacy today! All proceeds from online purchases go back to helping shelter animals.
If you prefer to purchase your medications from another online 3rd party such as 1-800-Pet-Meds or Allivet, please be aware that approval for such prescriptions may take several days due to vet rotations. STARTING March 2nd, 2021 - We can no longer accept 3rd party prescription orders. Medications must be purchased onsite or through the CAP Vets First Choice Pharmacy and can be approved within 24 hours or sooner.
State law requires all cats and dogs to receive a rabies vaccination by age 4 months. If your pet has a current rabies vaccination, you must show proof with a valid rabies certificate. Unvaccinated animals 3 months and over will receive a rabies vaccination at the owners expense.