RSPCA Victoria offering low-cost pet vaccination in Brimbank

Published on 16 May 2023

Limited appointments now available

RSPCA Victoria is thrilled to be offering their first ever low-cost pet vaccination clinic in Brimbank this upcoming Monday, 22 May at Westvale Community Centre.

The clinic, run by an RSPCA Victoria vet, is aimed at making veterinary care more accessible for people and their pets.

Speaking about the clinic, Rebecca Cook, Head of Prevention for RSPCA Victoria, said they were looking forward to visiting Brimbank.

“While we’re only starting with a single day in Brimbank, we’re hoping to see up to 25 local pets and their owners during the visit,” Ms Cook said.

“We know Brimbank locals love their pets, and these clinics are a great way to help keep them happy and healthy.

“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.”

Appointments at the Brimbank clinic must be booked online in advance with limited places available. Those with more than one pet must book a separate appointment for each animal.

For a $50 fee, a dog or cat will receive their preventative vaccines and be checked by an RSPCA veterinarian to ensure they are fit for their vaccinations. Pet owners can also receive professional advice on how to keep them healthy now and into the future. To book your four-legged friend a low-cost vaccination visit rspcavic.org/vaccinationclinics/

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