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VACCINE CLINIC FAQ

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Community Vaccine Clinic hosted by

Pomona Park Animal Urgent Care

Monday July 15, 2024

2:00 - 10:00 PM

Have a question about our vaccine clinic? Check out our FAQ section below to get answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

  • When is the community vaccine clinic?
    Monday July 15, 2024 from 2:00-10:00 PM
  • Do I need an appointment for the community vaccine clinic?
    Yes. Please call us at 231-331-1227 to schedule an appointment for your pet(s).
  • What species will you be seeing during the community vaccine clinic?
    Healthy dogs and cats.
  • What services will be offered at the community vaccine clinic? How much will it cost?
    All pets will receive a complete physical exam: $25 If your pet is deemed unhealthy by our veterinarian and you were not aware of their illness, we will hold on giving vaccines at that time, however you will still be responsible for the exam fee, and we will go over any recommended diagnostics or treatment costs with you at that time. Please note most vaccines require a booster in 3-4 weeks with your primary care vet. Please plan accordingly as many local clinics are booking out 3-4 weeks. If you know your pet has vaccine reactions, we recommend booking vaccine appointments with your primary care veterinarian. If your pet has a vaccine reaction following the clinic we may be able to accommodate them. Vaccine reactions may include hives, swelling, itching, and/or pain at the site of injection.
  • What if my pet is sick on the day of the community vaccine clinic, but I scheduled an appointment?
    If your pet is sick, we will not be able to perform vaccinations. You can call us if your pet becomes sick on the day of your scheduled appointment, and we can see if we might be able to see them for their illness during your time slot. A sick visit will be our typical urgent care fee of $169.25
  • What if my pet has had a prior vaccine reaction?
    If you know your pet has vaccine reactions, we recommend scheduling an appointment with your primary care veterinarian for vaccines.
  • What if my pet is aggressive at the vet?
    If your pet is aggressive at the vet, we recommend you schedule with your primary care veterinarian for vaccines. If your pet is aggressive, we may refuse to see your pet on the day of the community clinic.
  • Will you be seeing urgent care appointments on the day of the community vaccine clinic?
    We will not be seeing urgent care appointments on Monday July 15, 2024, to accommodate the community vaccine clinic. If you have an urgent care or emergency care need for your pet, please contact Animal Emergency Hospital at 616-361-9911.
  • Is payment due at the time of service?
    Yes, payment is due at the time of service.
  • What method of payment is accepted?
    All major credit cards, cash, Apple Pay, Care Credit, Sunbit, Scratch-pay.
  • Do you offer payment plans?
    No, we do not offer a payment plan through Pomona Park Animal Urgent Care. To help you Care Now and Pay-over-time, we do offer access to flexible payment plans through Scratchpay, Sunbit, and Care Credit. Check out your financing options today by clicking the images below.
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