Upcoming Low-Cost Community Pet Vaccine and Microchip Clinics

The Oshkosh Area Humane Society is holding low-cost pet vaccination clinics through spring and summer in 2022! This is for Cats and Dogs only.
The clinics are for vaccinations and microchips only and all clinics are held at the Oshkosh Area Humane Society, 1925 Shelter Ct., Oshkosh, WI.  
 
Upcoming Dates:  Sunday, May 15, 2022 
                          Sunday, June 26, 2022
 
ALL VACCINES $15 EACH.  MICROCHIPS $20 EACH. 
 
Note: If you have three or more pets that need services or you have a dog who is reactive/scared in crowded situations please first send an e-mail to tawana@oahs.org for additional instructions.
 
PLEASE DO NOT PARK IN THE OAHS PARKING LOT.  Use area lots or the street.  The parking lot will be used for clinic setup. 
 
Please maintain distance between your animal and other animals for the safety of everyone.
 
This is a first-come, first-serve clinic. NO APPOINTMENTS WILL BE TAKEN. Because attendance can be high please be prepared to wait for services.
 
- Dogs must be leashed and cats must be in carrier/crate.
- To receive services you MUST be registered by 12:15 pm.
- To reduce wait time please print, fill out and bring the CONSENT FORM with you to the clinic.
- Cash payment preferred; credit card payment may result in increased wait time. No checks accepted.
- To reduce overcrowding, please leave the area once your pet has received its vaccinations.
- If you or your pet(s) are not feeling well the day of the clinic, please stay home.
 

Dog Vaccines
      Rabies: $15 (12 weeks and up) Rabies vaccination is required by law in Wisconsin.    1- and 3-year vaccines available.  Owners must present a previous rabies certificate for a 3 year vaccine to be issued.
      Distemper combo (distemper-hepatitis-parvovirus-parainfluenza): $15 (8 weeks and up). Distemper causes a variety of symptoms including vomiting, diarrhea, and respiratory disease, and can be life-threatening. Puppies and some dogs will require a booster in 3-4 weeks
      Bordetella: $15 (8 weeks and up)   Protects from one bacteria that can cause Kennel Cough (contagious infection common in dogs that go to daycare, boarding kennel, groomer, dog park, etc.)
Cat Vaccines
       Rabies: $15 (12 weeks and up)  A fatal disease that is transmitted by bite wounds from other mammals. Rabies vaccination is required by law in Wisconsin.  1 and 3 year vaccines available (must present a previous rabies certificate for a 3 year vaccine to be issued)
       Distemper combo (panleukopenia-rhinotracheitis-calicivirus): $15 (8 weeks and up)These diseases cause a variety of symptoms including vomiting, diarrhea, and respiratory disease, and can be life-threatening. Kittens and some cats will require a booster in 3-4 weeks

Microchipping: $20 Dogs, Cats, Puppies, & Kittens
A small chip (about the size of a grain of rice) is inserted below the skin with a needle. The chip is registered with your contact information. All animal shelters, veterinary clinics, and some police/animal control officers have scanners which can be used to help return your pet to you if it becomes lost.