Low-Cost Wellness Services
HSNEGA’s Healthy Pet Clinic closed until further notice.
The Gainesville City County passed an order to close all nonessential businesses in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). To comply with the order, the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia will be closing all of its public services for the foreseeable future until more information is published by government officials.
Because there are lives in our care, essential team members will continue to provide the rescues at HSNEGA with needed care while following safety protocols issued by our government of proper social distancing of other present team members.
Thank you for your understanding. We hope your family is healthy and safe during these unprecedented times.
For up-to-date information about HSNEGA’s response to COVID-19 click HERE.
Automatic Reminder Emails
We recognize you may still be receiving scheduled email reminders of services. These are automatic reminders. Please keep these reminders for your records.
If your pet needs routine vaccinations and preventatives, please reach out to your local full-service veterinarian. If you need a copy of your records please email WhitneyWhite@HSNEGA.org.
Thank you for your understanding. We look forward to serving you and your pets in the future.
About HSNEGA’s Healthy Pet Clinic
HSNEGA’S Healthy Pet Clinic is a walk-in clinic and wait times may vary between 1 and 3 hours. To better serve all of our clients, HSNEGA reserves the right to stop sign-ins early if we have reached our client capacity for the day and limits 4 pets per family per visit. Walk-ins are welcome and no appointment needed.
(NOTE: Saturday clinic dates can be subject to change due to staffing issues and any closures will be noted at the top of this page.)
For the safety of your pets and the public, all dogs must be on leashes/in a carrier and all cats must be in carriers upon entering our facility. HSNEGA reserves the right to refuse service to animals we believe are generally unhealthy, possess medical concerns, aggressive or pose a risk to our staff and/or other animals. Please see your regular veterinarian for any illnesses prior to coming for vaccines or spay/neuter surgeries. HSNEGA will not vaccinate animals who are vomiting or have bloody diarrhea.
It’s important to provide regular, basic wellness services for your pets to protect them from unnecessary illnesses. That’s why HSNEGA’s Healthy Pet Clinic offers low-cost vaccinations, wellness testing.
Want to save time before you bring your pet to the HPC?
Fill out the Pet Information Form before you get here! This form is required to help us better meet the needs of your pet(s)!
You can now access your pet’s records online through the Healthy Pet Clinic Client Portal. Use the request form below and we will send you your own activation link!
Already have a login for the HPC Client Portal? Access it below!
|Premium Package (dogs only)||Healthy Pet Exam, Heartworm Test, Fecal Parasite Exam, Up to 3 due vaccines, 12 month supply Heartworm Prevention||$120|
|Deluxe Package (dogs & cats)||Healthy Pet Exam, Fecal Parasite Exam, Heartworm Test or Feline Leukemia/FIV/HW, Up to 2 due vaccines||$65|
|Basic Package (dogs & cats)||Healthy Pet Exam, Up to 2 due 1-year vaccines||$25|
|Litter Package (puppies & kittens in a litter of 3 or more)||Healthy Pet Exam, DHPP/FVRCP, Dewormer||$20 per pet|
|Healthy Pet Exam (required yearly)||$12|
|1-Year Rabies (dog & cat)||$12|
|3-Year Rabies (dog & cat)||$30|
|Kennel Cough (dog)||$12|
|Feline Leukemia Virus (cat)||$12|
|Heartworm Test (dog)||$20|
|Feline Leukemia/FIV/HW (cat)||$25|
|Fecal Parasite Test (dog & cat)||$15|
|Puppy/Kitten Nail Trim||$5|
|Dog/Cat Nail Trim||$15|
|Product||Single Dose||6 Month Supply|
|Heartworm Injection||$30-75 (lasts 6 months)|
|Flea/Tick Pill (1 month)||$15||$85|
|Flea/Tick Pill (3 month)||$45||$80|
Heartworm Prevention cannot be sold without a negative heartworm test performed at HSNEGA. Please bring fecal prior to appointment for Fecal Parasite Test. All positive heartworm tests will be urged to seek treatment at your veterinarian and will not be sold heartworm prevention.
Feline leukemia vaccines cannot be administered without a negative feline combo test first at HSNEGA, proof of a negative feline combo test result elsewhere in the past 30 days, or proof of a previous FeLV vaccine within the past 12 months.
Like humans, your pet’s health and happiness relies on regular vaccinations. For your convenience, here’s a schedule for both dogs and cats. The following schedule is only a guideline for vaccination. Vaccines must be given every 2- 4 weeks starting as early as 6 weeks of age. A pet is not considered fully vaccinated for DHPP/FVRCP until they have had 2 vaccines after 12 weeks of age, otherwise, the pet is not fully protected.
Canine Vaccine Schedule:
6-8 weeks: DHP-PV (Distemper/Parvo)
9-11 weeks: DHP-PV (Distemper/Parvo)
12-14 weeks: DHP-PV (Distemper/Parvo)
15-17 weeks: DHP-PV and Rabies (Distemper/Parvo)
We also recommended puppies be de-wormed at each puppy visit. Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccines also are available for puppies and dogs who will be being boarded, groomed or visiting dog parks. The HSNEGA recommends puppies start on heartworm prevention during their puppy vaccines. Dogs are vaccinated yearly for DHP-PV and Rabies. HSNEGA offers one-year rabies vaccinations.
Feline Vaccine Schedule:
8-9 weeks: FVRCP (Feline Distemper/Upper Respiratory combo)
11-12 weeks: FVRCP (Feline Distemper/Upper Respiratory combo
14-16 weeks: FVRCP (Feline Distemper/Upper Respiratory combo)
15-17 weeks: FVRCP and Rabies (Feline Distemper/Upper Respiratory combo)
We also recommend kittens be de-wormed at each kitten visit. Cats are vaccinated yearly for FVRCP and Rabies. HSNEGA offers one-year rabies vaccinations.
NOTE: Though rare, allergic reactions, including vomiting, swelling, breathing difficulties, and weakness, can occur following administration of any pet vaccine. If your animal(s) experience any of these symptoms, please seek immediate veterinary attention. HSNEGA assumes no liability for reactions due to vaccinations.