Get low cost vaccinations, microchipping, New Castle County dog licenses and more at DHA’s Vaccination Clinics
Clinics are held throughout the year at DHA’s animal care and adoption center in Wilmington and Rehoboth, DE. All vaccinations are administered by a licensed veterinarian.
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Available Services & Products
- Rabies Vaccination – $20 each*
- FVR-CP (Feline Distemper) Vaccination – $20 each
- DHP-PV (Canine Distemper) Vaccination – $20 each
- Bordetella (Kennel Cough) Vaccination (dogs only) – $15 each
- 24PetWatch Microchip (permanent identification for pet/owner reunion) – $25 each
- General dewormer (2 doses of Pyrantel Pamoate; the 2nd will be sent home for you to administer at a later date as instructed) – $5
- State dog licenses – Cost varies; payment is accepted separately (for complete 2018 licensing information as it becomes available, visit delawarehumane.org/dog-licensing)
- We will also be distributing cat and dog food to those in need!
* Effective Sept. 1, 2007, the State of Delaware created a new surcharge for all rabies vaccinations. We are required to send $3.00 for every vaccination given to a fund which supports the State of Delaware $20 Spay Neuter Program for low income residents and feral cats.
What You Need to Know
- Customers are required to wear a mask. If you or someone in your household is sick, please come back to a later clinic or have someone else come for you in your place. Customers will be asked several questions upon entering the gate.
- Clinics are first come, first served (no appointment required) and begin promptly at the scheduled time. Only one customer per patient. Please wait in your car until it’s your turn.
- Vaccinations are available for cats and dogs only.
- Animals as young as 6 weeks of age may receive a distemper vaccine.
- Animals must be 16 weeks of age or older to receive a rabies vaccine.
- If an animal has had a previous rabies vaccination, the most recent rabies certificate with a veterinarian’s signature MUST be brought the clinic in order to receive a 3-year rabies vaccine. NO exceptions, and NO certificates will be issued after the clinic.
- No physical exams are performed due to the high-volume of animals attending each clinic.
- Cats must be in hard plastic or cardboard carriers, dogs must be wearing a collar and leash (retractable leashes not permitted).
- If your dog requires a muzzle to be vaccinated, owners should bring animal’s own properly fitting muzzle to clinic (owners must be able to put muzzle on animal).
- Accepted forms of payment for clinic: Cash is preferred; however, we can accept check. No other forms of payment are accepted at this time.
- Accepted forms of payment for state licenses: cash or check ONLY.
- Please bring driver’s license or ID with current name and address, as this will expedite the completion of paperwork.
Rabies Prevention Tips
Rabies among household pets may be avoided by taking the following precautions:
- Keep your pets away from stray animals and wildlife by confining them to your own lawn and by walking them on a leash at all times when leaving your property.
- Keep trash in tightly closed trash cans so as not to attract stray or wild animals.
- Vaccinating all dogs and cats against rabies on a regular basis–as prescribed by your veterinarian–is required by law.