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How do you get cheap rabies vaccines?

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VETCO clinics, Fixnation and some veterinary clinics affiliated with the Humane Society and the Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals usually offer cheap rabies vaccines. Some cities offer free but limited rabies vaccinations through the Animal Care Services. The cost and location of low-cost vaccines may change without prior notice.

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As of 2015, the individual cost of rabies vaccines on VETCO's official website is $19 for puppies and kittens ages one to three, but owners may get it for just $10 if they opt for a vaccination package. VETCO clinics may offer affordable vaccination services inside PETCO and unleashed stores during convenient times in the evenings or during weekends.

Fixnation's Wellness clinics offer low-cost vaccines for both cats and dogs for walk-in clients. A single rabies vaccine costs $15 for dogs and $20 for cats. The low-cost vaccines are available on Saturdays at a fixed period. Fixnation also offers other cheap prevention products, vaccines and microchip services.

The Humane Society and the SPCA often provide affordable veterinary services. The vaccines may cost from $5 to $20. The Arizona Humane Society, for example, charges $20 for both cats and dogs' rabies vaccine, while the Sacramento SPCA only charges $6.

The Animal Care Services of some cities, such as in San Antonio, Texas, offer free rabies vaccines while supplies last. The city holds free vaccination events and provides low-cost veterinary services on its CNSI vaccination clinics every week. The location and time of the weekly clinics may be viewed on the San Antonio City ACS website.

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