Our Vaccine Prices

When you choose to adopt a pet they become a member of your family and want them to stay as healthy as possible.  That's why we keep our prices for preventive health care low so that your pet will have the best chance of living a healthy and happy life.


                                         Here is the answer to some of our most commonly asked questions referring to our prices:

Q: Do I have to get an exam or can I just get the vaccines?

A: Your pet needs to have an examination to make sure he is healthy enough to receive the vaccines.


Q. I have just adopted a new puppy/kitten. What vaccinations does he need and how much are they?

A. Your puppy needs to come in 3 - 4  times for vaccinations and boosters, depending on his age.  The schedule is usually once a month for 3 months, with an option to split up the the third set of vaccines to two different dates.  Prices are as follows: 1st visit $135; 2nd visit $135; 3rd visit $140.

Your puppy will receive an examination and all the core vaccinations that are required for a puppy of his age.  If you have
paperwork of vaccinations given previously we will amend the vaccination protocol to your particular pet's requirement, so
please bring them along with you to your appointment.

Your kitten needs to come in 2 times for vaccinations. Once a month for two months. 1st visit $135; 2nd visit $120.

Age of animalVisit 1 (7 - 11 weeks old)Visit 2 (12 - 15 weeks old)Visit 3 (15 - 20 weeks old)
Puppy Under 12 Weeks
3 separate visits spaced 4
weeks apart.
Typical ages for vaccinations
are 8 weeks, 12 weeks,
and 16 weeks of age.
Wellness Exam                          $75
Distemper 4-in-1 Vaccine        $35 Dewormer                                  $20
Puppy nail clip                           $5   
                                                    $135
Wellness recheck exam            $40 Distemper 5-in-1 Vaccine         $55 (Includes Leptospirosis) Bordatella vaccine                     $35
Puppy nail clip/face trim          $5   
                                                    $135
Wellness recheck exam          $40
5-in-1 Vaccine Booster            $55
 (Includes Leptospirosis)
Rabies Vaccine                          $40
Puppy nail clip/facetrim            $5  
                                                    $140
Visit 1 Visit 2 Add ons
Adult dog with no vaccine history. 2 separate visits spaced 4 weeks apart.Wellness Exam                       $75
Distemper 5-in-1                    $55 (Includes Leptospirosis)
Bordatella Vaccine                 $35
Dewormer                               $20
Heartworm Test                     $30    
                                                  $205 
Wellness recheck exam          $40 Distemper 5-in-1 Booster      $55 (includes Leptospirosis)
 Rabies Vaccine                         $40  
                                                   $135
* Heartworm Prevention is strongly recommended for ALL dogs during the Summer and Autumn in New York. Prices range depending on dog's weight. Heartgard (6 month) $40 - $60
Annual Adult dog vaccines
1 visit every year
Wellness Exam                      $75
Distemper 5-in-1 Vaccine    $55 (includesLeptospirosis)
Bordatella Vaccine                $35
Rabies Vaccine                       $40
Dewormer                              $20 Heartworm test                     $30  
                                               $255
For any dogs you have the option of splitting up the annual vaccines into two separate visits at no extra charge. This will decrease the chances of your pet experiencing a negative or allergic reaction to the vaccines. * All adult vaccines are 1 year vaccines unless otherwise stated. * Heartworm test not required if dog is on heartworm preventive all year round. *Fecal test is recommended for any dog with diarrhea. ($55)
Kitten Vaccines or Adult Cats with no history of vaccination. 3 visits spaced one month apart. Possibly 4 visits if you and the vet agree that 2 vaccines are to much for your pet all at ONCE and we will separate rabies in a week with no exam fee.Wellness Exam                         $75
FVRCP 4-in-1 Vaccine              $35
Dewormer                                $20
Kitten Nail Clip                          $5    
                                                   $135
Wellness Recheck Exam         $40 FVRCP 4-in-1 Booster              $35  Kitten Nail Clip                          $5    
                                                    $ 80
Wellness Recheck Exam         $40 
FVRCP 4-in-1 ANNUAL            $35
Rabies                                       $40
                                                   $115
Adult Cat Annual Vaccines Wellness Exam                        $75
FVRCP 4-in-1 Vaccine               $35
 Rabies                                       $40
Dewormer                                 $20
 Nail clip                                     $25
                                                   $195
Adult cats living strictly indoors that were vaccinated last year will receive the vaccinations every 3 years if agreed by vet and owner of patient, however they still need an annual wellness exam.*It is strongly recommended
that newly adopted cats
should have a Felv/FIV blood
test performed before
mingling with your current
healthy cats. Felv/FIV test
$65
*Any animal with diarrhea
should have a fecal exam
performed so please ask us
to give you a special
container that you can use to
collect a fecal sample. Fecal
test for parasites and Giardia
$55.


*Ear cleanings range $15 ,$40 depending on severity and difficulty.
*Any required medications or tests will be at an additional cost and will be discussed with the owner before dispensing.

* Ear mites are a big problem among the kitten community.  If ear mites go untreated they will cause a chronic ear infection with pus accumulating deep in the ear canal and skull.  Ear mites are contagious and must be treated quickly and effectively.  At home treatments are not effective so please bring your cat or dog in for an ear mite exam as soon as you notice any scratching or black debris in the
ears. Timely treatment will prevent the discomfort, itchiness, and infection.

Q.  Can I walk in without an appointment?

A.  Yes, walk-ins and same day appointments are welcome however it is likely that there will be a wait time involved.  It is recommended that you call beforehand to ask what the best arrival time would be to minimize your wait.  The price of the Walk-in or same day exam is $95.  Your same-day or walk-in request might be declined if we are too busy or if it is very near to our closing time of 5pm, however we will do our best to help you and your pet.

Q.  My pet has fleas, what should I do?

A.  We sell an oral flea prevention medication, Bravecto and we also sell a topical flea prevention, Revolution.  If you notice fleas on your pet then try giving him a bath.  A bath may help to reduce the flea numbers by washing them away, but a follow up medication like Bravecto or Revolution is recommended to kill the flea eggs and stop the life cycle.  Fleas become prevalent in the environment during the Spring, Summer and especially during the Autumn, so it is better to be proactive and prevent them rather than have them infesting your pet and your home.   Unfortunately we do not have a groomer on the premises to bathe your pet for you but the Cross Bronx Pet Shop next door to Value Vet Clinic has highly trained groomers who would be happy to bathe your pet for you.  Any type of shampoo (even Ivory Dish Soap) can be used to stun the fleas and wash them away, you do not need to use a dedicated flea shampoo to do this. 

Q.  Does my dog need Heartworm Preventative during the Summer months in New York?

A.  Yes.  Heartworm Disease is spread by a mosquito and it is a deadly disease that affects dogs and outdoor cats.  Every Springtime your dog should have a heartworm test performed at the vet clinic to ensure that he is negative before starting on the Heartworm Prevention Medication.  We carry Heartguard Plus oral chews which most dogs love because the chews are meaty.   The oral chew should be given to your dog once a month during mosquito season, which is May through November in New York.

Q.  Can I make an appointment to bring my pet in to be spayed or neutered?

A.  In order for you to make a surgery appointment your pet needs to be examined by the veterinarian to make sure he/she is healthy enough for the anesthesia.  Same day exam and surgery is possible so you should ask about that if this is what you need.





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Monday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

10:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

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