Low Cost Vaccine Clinics
We want to be able to help families in need and the homeless in any County be able to afford to keep their pets healthy. The first step to that is to affordable vaccines.
We rely solely on public donations and are always in need of support in order to be able to continue these clinics. Please consider donating to help support our clinics.
Our vaccine clinics are held at 708Second Street, Antioch. Please check out our dates on our CALENDAR. Registration begins at 8:00am and ends at 10:00am. Depending on our supplies, we may cut off registration based on the number of animals attending that day. Please remember that everyone is volunteering their time.
There is NO income guidelines
What to bring:
Pet vaccine records (if you have it)
Pet spay/neuter cert (if you have it)
If you would like to donate so that we can assist more families in need, please check out our DONATION page.
HOW THE FFFR CLINICS CAME ABOUT
It all started with the food program. In helping families in need feed their dogs and cats, we found that there was also a need for vaccines and spay and neuter resources. There was nothing in the area for people to go to that was affordable. We got 3 clinics sponsored in Antioch at the end of 2014, and the rest is history.