RSPCA Victoria’s low-cost pet vaccination clinic will come to Frankston this week.
The event will see RSPCA experts provide affordable check-ups, dog vaccines, and advice on pet behaviours. It will take place on Thursday 1 February at the Ballam Park Scout Hall.
RSPCA Victoria head of prevention Rebecca Cook said, “at our last clinic in Frankston, we met 22 local pets and their owners, and we saw 26 local pets and their owners the last time we visited Carrum Downs.”
“By the end of January, we will have held a total of 46 low-cost vaccination events across Melbourne and saved each pet owner at least $50 on average per pet. We want to help people care for their pets by increasing their access to veterinary and preventative care, which supports lifelong bonds among families with their cats and dogs,” Cook said.
Dogs can be vaccinated for $59. Due to the nation-wide shortage of the F3 vaccine, cats cannot be vaccinated but will still be checked.
Appointments at each clinic must be booked online in advance. To book visit rspcavic.org.