Keeping Care Affordable to Keep Pets in Homes

To help keep animals with their families by helping keep veterinary care affordable, we offer monthly low cost vaccination clinics (“lcvc” for short!). Appointments required. We offer wellness vaccines along with heartworm, flea and tick preventative medications are offered at discount prices. Please bring your pets’ previous vaccination records if you have them. Cats must be in carriers and dogs on leashes (preferably non-retractable leashes).

Prices at the LCVC

For Dogs

  • Rabies & Distemper combo – $30
  • Rabies only – $20 (3-year Rabies only given with proof of previous Rabies vaccine)
  • Distemper with or without Lepto – $20
  • Leptospirosis only – $15
  • Bordetella – $20
  • Canine Influenza Vaccine – $15
  • Heartworm test – $20
  • 24PetWatch Microchip ID – $20

For Cats

  • Purevax Rabies (1 yr) only – $30
  • Purevax Rabies (3 yr) only – $65
  • Purevax Rabies (1 yr) & Distemper combo – $30
  • Purevax Rabies (3 yr) & Distemper combo – $65
  • Distember (FVRCP) only – $20
  • Purevax Feline Leukemia Vaccine (1 yr) – $30 (Must provide proof of a negative test within the past month)
  • FeLV/FIV test – $30
  • 24PetWatch Microchip ID – $20

HeartGard Plus as well as Vectra 3D flea and tick topical preventative offered at very low prices, too!

No Lyme vaccines are offered at Low Cost Vaccine Clinics.

Any boosters needed can be done in a future Low Cost Vaccine Clinic (at discount prices above), or at our full-service veterinary clinic (at regular prices).

Prices are not valid with any other discounts.

2021 Dates – All at HSHV – 3100 Cherry Hill Rd, Ann Arbor

Due to COVID-19, appointments are required. Appointments will open approximately 1 month prior to the date.

  • Saturday, March 27
  • Saturday, April 17
  • Saturday, May 8
  • Saturday, May 29
  • Saturday, June 19 – sold out
  • Saturday, July 10
  • Saturday, July 31
  • Saturday, August 21
  • Saturday, September 11
  • Saturday, October 2
  • Saturday, October 23
  • Saturday, November 13


State Laws require, in normal circumstances, that a veterinarian physically perform an exam of an animal before providing any medical service, including providing vaccinations or writing prescriptions. However, in certain situations, in particular a Low-Cost Vaccination Clinics (LCVC), these strict requirements are relaxed, allowing us to provide both vaccinations and certain prescriptions (for example, for heartworm treatment) without an exam.

This is important to understand as an LCVC visit does not, by law, meet the criteria for a “veterinary exam”, and does not count as one. While, on the day of LCVC we can provide vaccinations or prescriptions for certain medications this is only possible during the LCVC event itself, and these services cannot be provided except during your LCVC appointment.

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. An exam gives us maximum flexibility to provide any care, service, vaccinations or medications your pet needs.