Community Vaccine Clinic

Our low cost vaccination clinics are held on Wednesdays from 9 am – 12 noon and 1 pm – 3:45 pm. Please call 889-2275 x30 to schedule your appointment.

 

Owned pets and their owners are welcome to attend our Community Vaccine Clinic held weekly on Wednesdays at our facility, 24 Ferry Road in Nashua. Dogs must be on leash, no flexi leads please, and under owner’s control. Cats must be in a secure carrier. Animals that appear ill will not be vaccinated.

Appointments must be made in advance for our clinic. Please call 889-2275 x30 to schedule your appointment.
In the event you have an appointment that you need to cancel, we ask you call 889-2275 x30 a minimum of 24 hours prior to your appointment and leave a message with your name, the pet’s name and the appointment you are cancelling.

The menu of all available services is below. Cash and credit cards will be accepted forms of payment for these clinics only.

DOG – there is a $20 Veterinary Exam fee per dog seen at our clinic. An exam is required for any service below except for those only receiving a rabies vaccine.

  • Rabies $10
  • DA2PP (Distemper) $14
  • Leptospirosis $10
  • Lyme Vaccine $20
  • Kennel Cough Vaccine $12
  • HW/Lyme test (4Dx) $20
  • Microchip $30 (includes registration)
  • Heartworm Preventative: Small dog (up to 25 lbs) $6/dose  —  Large dog (26-100 lbs) $8/dose
  • Frontline Plus flea/tick preventive: Small dog (up to 22 lbs) $15/dose  —  Large dog (23-132 lbs) $16/dose

 

CAT – there is a $20 Veterinary Exam fee per cat seen at our clinic. An exam is required for any service below except for those only receiving a rabies vaccine.

  • Rabies Vaccine $10
  • FVRCP (Distemper) $12
  • Feline Leukemia/Aids Test $20
  • Microchip $30 (includes registration)
  • Frontline Plus flea/tick preventive: $15/dose
  • Preventatives:
  • Revolution $12/month (flea/tick and intestinal parasite prevention)
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Serving The Greatest Need

The Humane Society For Greater Nashua vaccine clinic and spay/neuter clinic exist to serve pets whose caretakers would otherwise be unable to provide this care. We operate on the honor system and ask that if you can afford to provide these services at one of the many local veterinary practices that you do so. These services are available in limited quantities thanks to donations and grants.