Getting a helping hand with veterinary care can mean the difference between having to give up a pet and keeping him or her in your family. To keep pets in their homes and protect pets from common, preventable diseases, the Connecticut Humane Society holds reduced-fee vaccination clinic days at its Fox Memorial Clinic.

The vaccination clinics do not replace the need for regular veterinary examinations, and you MUST make an appointment, as space is limited. These clinics are high-volume, and multiple people will be scheduled at the same time. When you arrive, please sign in with a staff member, and Fox will do its best to take you in the order in which you signed in.

Payment is expected at the time services are rendered.

2020 Vaccination Clinic Schedule

January 3, 17 and 31May 8 and 22September 11 and 25
February 14 and 28June 5 and 19October 9 and 23
March 13 and 27July 3, 17 and 31November 6 and 20
April 10 and 24August 14 and 28December 4 and 18

Available vaccinations:

  • Distemper
  • Rabies
  • Leukemia
  • Lyme
  • Bordetella
  • Leptospirosis

What to bring:

  • Past vaccination paperwork
  • Proof of a prior rabies vaccination (If not, a rabies vaccine is required by CT state law.)
  • Your cat in a pet carrier
  • Your dog on a leash

***(If your dog is aggressive, please do not bring him/her to a vaccine clinic. A regular office appointment will be necessary. This is for the safety of others, their pets and the staff, as there are many people and pets in a small area.)***

Recommended Vaccination Schedule

Cats and Kittens

AgeVaccine
8 weeksFeline Distemper, Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia (FVRCP)
12 weeksFVRCP
12 weeks (3 months)Rabies (Required by state law. This vaccine lasts one year; all subsequent vaccinations will be good for 3 years.)
9 and 13 weeksLeukemia (for outdoor cats)
AnnuallyFVRCP and Leukemia

Dogs and Puppies

AgeVaccine
8 weeksDistemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza and Parvovirus (DHLPP) #1
12 weeksDHLPP #2
12 weeks (3 months)Rabies (Required by state law. This vaccine lasts one year; all subsequent vaccinations will be good for 3 years.)
16 weeksDHLPP #3
As neededBordetella (recommended prior to being admitted to a kennel, and boostered annually)
As neededLyme Disease (available for dogs at high risk, and boostered annually)

**CHS does not offer the Canine Influenza vaccine at this time.**