Saturday, July 22 – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.


First Baptist Church of Ypsilanti
1110 W Cross St, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Vaccines at this pop-up clinic are first come, first served. No registration is required; however vaccinations are limited to 100 dogs. We recommend arriving early, if possible. 


Many thanks to the Buhr Family for funding this event.

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It’s important to provide regular, basic wellness services for your pets to protect them from unnecessary illnesses. That’s why the Humane Society of Huron Valley’s Friends for Life program is offering free dog vaccines* for Washtenaw County pet owners in-need.

This pop-up clinic is for dog owners who:

  • Are seniors or
  • Are facing housing insecurity or
  • Qualify for low-income services

This pop-up clinic will offer the following for dogs only:

  • Rabies
  • Distemper
  • Microchips

This is a fully curbside event to allow for us to help as many dogs as we can, safely and as stress-free as possible. You’ll check-in upon arrival, then our team will instruct you to stay in your car (or in the designated waiting area if on foot) until it is your turn. Vaccines will be administered in your car, or a staff member will collect your pet(s) from your car, bring them to the clinic house-call van for administration of services, and return them to you.

Vaccines at this pop-up clinic are first come, first served. No registration is required.  Please bring any proof of previous vaccination with you. All dogs must be on a non-retractable leash. For safety purposes, social distancing is required. Please clean up after your dog. In the event of severe weather, the clinic may be cancelled. Refer to this webpage for more information.


*Vaccination Clinics can be difficult for animals who are nervous, anxious, or aggressive in new or high activity environments, or who don’t like to be around other pets or people. 

Please be advised that if your dog is not able to be handled safely, or your dog is not treatable or is sick, pregnant, or has other health issues, services are not be able to be provided. Additionally, you may be asked to schedule an Outpatient appointment during our regular business hours so that we can better service your pet. If your pet has previously had an adverse effect in response to vaccination, please call our clinic for an appointment.

This clinic, by law, does not meet the criteria for a “veterinary exam”, and does not count as one. If your pet needs a full exam, but there are financial issues that make this challenging, please talk to a team member about ways we can help make things work for you and your pet. Any boosters needed can be done in a future Low Cost Vaccine Clinic (at a discount price) or at our full-service veterinary clinic (at our regular prices).