Protect Your Pet’s Health at Brandywine Valley SPCA’s Free Vaccine Clinic for Dogs & Cats

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WEST CHESTER, PA — As a pet parent, your furry friend’s health is your top priority. Protecting your pet from various diseases, such as rabies and distemper, is crucial to ensuring their long and healthy life. The Brandywine Valley SPCA announced it is holding free vaccine clinics for dogs and cats, providing the necessary protection thanks to Petco Love and FLASH Momentum. 

The Brandywine Valley SPCA is hosting two drive-thru vaccine clinics on Saturday, August 5th, and Sunday, August 6th. The first clinic will be held from 10 am to 2 pm at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington, DE. The second clinic will also be from 10 am to 2 pm at the Reeceville Elementary School in Coatesville, PA. These drive-thru clinics provide a convenient and safe way for pet parents to get their pet’s vital vaccines.

The clinic will be a quick and simple process. Just bring your pets in your car and drive up to a check-in station, then drive up to an outdoor vaccination station. If possible, pets will be vaccinated while in the car. Cats should be in carriers, and dogs should be leashed if they need to come out of the car for their vaccinations. Note that no vaccine appointment is required.

The vaccines provided at this clinic are free. Petco Love and FLASH Momentum have generously donated the necessary vaccines to help make this event possible. The specific vaccines being offered are the rabies vaccine and the distemper/FVRCP shot. If you’re unsure about what vaccines your pet may already have, you can check with your veterinarian.

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It’s important to note that getting the necessary vaccines for your pet is crucial to maintaining their health. Rabies is a serious and often fatal disease that can be transmitted to humans, so it’s essential for your pet to receive this vaccine. The distemper/FVRCP vaccine protects against several highly contagious and potentially deadly diseases, including feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia.

Ensuring your pet’s health is vital for their longevity, and getting them vaccinated is one step towards that. The Brandywine Valley SPCA’s free vaccine clinics for dogs and cats provide an easy and affordable way for pet parents to give their furry friends the necessary protection against disease. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to keep your pet healthy and happy. Visit for more information.

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