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The CAP Vaccination and Wellness Clinic provides affordable, basic vaccination and other pet wellness services that will protect your pet against common health threats. Most diseases and parasites can be prevented. You will spend a fraction of the cost to provide preventative care to your pet versus the cost to treat if your pet becomes ill.  

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Hours

Saturdays from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

*Walk-In Basis Only* No Appointments Necessary   

Location

17555 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77094 (located in the back room of the main shelter just inside the Barker Clodine entrance) Go through the back gate to the main shelter, you will see the Vaccination Clinic sign. Walk along the back of the shelter to the main back entrance. Signs indicate the clinic. We do ask that you do not walk your dog in the park area as the shelter animals are waled in that area each morning and evening. Thank you.

Cost  

See fee schedule for dog / puppy vaccinations and cat / kitten vaccinations

Payment  

Due at time of service. We accept cash or credit Cards (no checks)

Clinic Policies

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 treatment, or injured animals Please see a full service veterinary clinic for these issues.

Please make sure that all dogs are on leash or in a carrier and all cats are in carriers. Please do not walk your dog/puppy on the park area as this is reserved for the daily walking of the animals in the shelter.

Services

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
  • Micro-chipping with lifetime registration to permanently ID your pet
  • Nail Trimming
  • Preventative Heartworm/Flea & Tick Medication

Vaccination Laws

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.