Vaccines and Microchips
Vaccinations are important for your pet’s overall health to protect against contagious viruses and deadly diseases, and a microchip is one way to ensure that a lost pet finds his or her way home. Napa Humane promotes a healthy and safe pet population by providing low cost vaccinations and microchipping for dogs and cats – and microchipping for rabbits.
Vaccination and microchipping services are available at the time of spay/neuter surgery, regardless of residency.
We also offer a drop-in vaccine clinic every Friday from 9:30 to 1pm. Vaccination and microchipping services during these clinics are for Napa County residents only. Proof of residency will be required.
DA2PP – Distemper, Adenovirus type 2 (Hepatitis), Parvovirus, Parainfluenza (dogs)
FVRCP – Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, and Panleukopenia (cats)
FeLV –Feline Leukemia (cats)
FeLV/FIV test (cats)
FeLV test (cats)
Microchipping (dogs, cats, and rabbits)
Please, for everyone’s safety, have your dog on-leash and your cat or rabbit in a carrier.
Napa Humane follows the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine Vaccination Protocols. Click here for detailed information about each of these vaccines and how often they should be given.
Vaccinations and microchipping are important, but alone do not replace the need for your pet to be seen by a veterinarian at a full-service veterinary clinic. Please see the article “How to Choose a Vet” for some helpful tips.
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