NAFA offering low-cost rabies shots | Events
Knowing that many in Your Region 8 are struggling to make ends meet, Northeast Arkansans for Animals (NAFA) is once again sponsoring its low-cost rabies vaccination clinic.
Tomorrow from 7:30 until 11:30 a.m. bring your dog or cat to NAFA's Animal Services Building, 223 N. Gee St. in Jonesboro, to be vaccinated.
The following services and vaccines will be available:
Free exam by veterinarian with any vaccinations. All dogs not on heartworm preventative will receive intestinal deworming at no charge. Cat deworming for intestinal parasites are available upon request.
- $7.00 - Rabies Shot, with certificate and tag (animals must be 12 weeks of age to get a rabies shot)
- $10.00 - Canine 5 in 1 protects against distemper, adenovirus 2, parainfluenza, parvovirus and coronavirus (dogs must at least 7 weeks of age) puppies and totally unvaccinated dogs will need additional vaccinations
- $10.00 – Feline 3 in 1 protects against Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis and Calicivirus (upper respiratory) and Panleukopenia (feline distemper)
- $15.00 – Occult Heartworm Test – Dogs testing negative will need to take test results to local veterinarians for purchase of heartworm preventative within 30 days.
All services will be provided by Dr. Jack Jones, an Arkansas licensed veterinarian.
Those who qualify for these services include:
- Elderly - 65 years of age and on fixed income
- Disabled - someone in household must be drawing disability
- Low Income - individual - less than $17,000 annually
- Low Income - family of 4 - less than $22,000 annually
- Unemployed for at least 60 days
- Animal may not have seen a vet within last 12 months
No appointment is necessary.
For more information, call NAFA at (870) 932-1955.