For information about canine influenza and ways to protect your dog, please see this update provided by Tiger Tails Animal Hospital, Duluth, GA


Georgia SPCA offers Low Cost Vaccination and Microchip Clinics twice a month. These services are only available to the public during the assigned clinic dates. Vaccinations and microchips are also available during spay/neuter surgery.
Every pet is different and we recommend consulting with your veterinarian to decide what is right for your furry family member.

Why vaccinate?
Nursing puppies and kittens receive temporary protection from disease from their mother until they are 16-20 weeks old. Typically, puppy and kitten vaccinations start around 6-8 weeks of age with boosters administered every 2-4 weeks until around 16 weeks to minimize vulnerability to infection. Adults generally receive annual boosters thereafter.

Why Microchip?
Without proper identification, 90% of lost pets never get returned home and are either re-homed in shelters or face worse fates. Receiving a microchip is no more painful for your pet than a vaccination, and would help their prompt return if they got lost. Veterinarians and animal control facilities routinely look for microchips in lost pets.

Low Cost Clinic Prices:

  • Canine & Feline Rabies shots - $12
  • Canine & Feline Distemper shots - $12
  • Canine Bordetella shots - $12
  • Canine Heartworm Test - $25
  • Feline FeLV/FIV Combo Test - $25
  • Microchip - $25

2015 Low Cost Clinic Dates: 

All clinics are from 1-4pm at the Georgia SPCA Adoption Center located at 1175 Buford Highway, Suite 114, Suwanee, Ga 30024. No apointment necessary. Doors open at noon. Arrive between 2 and 3pm for the shortest wait time. 

  • September 12th and 26th
  • October 17th and 24th
  • November 14th
  • December 12th