Clinic & Vaccine Information

Beechmont Community Pet Day Clinic

Low-Cost & Ultra Low-Cost Wellness Clinics

Pets4Life offers low-cost and ultra-low-cost wellness clinics to the under-served community who would otherwise not be able to afford to provide basic care for their companion animals.


Various Locations in Louisville, KY. Check out the Pets4Life Louisville Facebook Page for upcoming events.


***DOG/PUPPY COMPLETE: $25 to $30***
(Includes exam & vet recommended procedures such as vaccines, microchips, flea meds, dewormer).

***CAT/KITTEN COMPLETE: $20 to $25***
(Includes exam & vet recommended procedures such as vaccines, microchips, flea meds, dewormer).

(Limited to vet tech services such as nail trim, flea meds, microchips)

-Limit 2 pets per person and all pets must be contained/on leash (no litters).
-Services may be limited based on vet staff due to time constraints
-We will triage the pets to determine the best order so pets may not be seen in order of arrival.
-This wellness event is focused on PREVENTION, and treating minor medical/health issues. We are unable to treat serious illnesses or injuries, or chronic health issues. If your pet is showing signs of a contagious illness, please see a veterinary clinic and do not bring them to the wellness event where they could infect other pets.

The Pets4Life Wellness Clinic is proud to offer low-cost animal care however, we are not a replacement for a relationship with a full-service veterinarian. We recommend regular visits to a full-service veterinarian for the long-term health and happiness of your pet.

Vaccine Information

What are vaccines?

Vaccines are health products that trigger protective immune responses in pets and prepare them to fight future infections from disease-causing agents. Vaccines can lessen the severity of future diseases and certain vaccines can prevent infection altogether. Today, a variety of vaccines are available for use by veterinarians.

Why is it important to vaccinate my pet?

Pets should be vaccinated to protect them from many highly contagious and deadly diseases. Experts agree that widespread use of vaccines within the last century has prevented death and disease in millions of animals. Even though some diseases have now become uncommon, vaccination is still highly recommended because these serious disease agents continue to be present in the environment.

Canine (dog) Schedule:

1st Round (6-8 weeks): DHPP Vaccine, General Dewormer

2nd Round (9-11 weeks): DHPP Booster, Bordatella Vaccine, General Dewormer

3rd Round (3 months): Rabies Vaccine, DHPP Booster, Bordatella Booster, General Dewormer

Annually: Rabies Booster, DHPP Booster, Bordatella Booster, Heartworm Test and Prevention

Feline (cat) Schedule:

1st Round (9-11 weeks): FVRCP Vaccine, FEVL Vaccine, General Dewormer

2nd Round (3 months): Rabies Vaccine, FVRCP Booster, FELV Booster, General Dewormer

Annually: Rabies Booster, FVRCP Booster, FELV Booster, and General Dewormer

What happens if my pet has a negative reaction to the vaccine?

Most dogs show no ill effect from vaccination. Vaccine reactions may be minor and short-lived or require immediate care from a veterinarian. Clinical signs include:

  • Fever
  • Sluggishness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Facial Swelling and/or hives
  • Vomiting
  • Pain, swelling, redness, scabbing at injection site
  • Seizures
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Collapse
  • Lameness
  • Diarrhea