PetSmart Charities awarded Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando with a $75,000 grant to provide veterinary care to pets in underserved communities. At Pet Alliance, our goal is to keep people and pets together and ensure that pet owners have the support they need to keep their dogs and cats healthy and happy. This grant will allow Pet Alliance to provide free vaccines to residents who might not otherwise be able to afford them. 

Do I need to bring proof of current financial hardship?

Please understand that while we will not be checking clients for their current employment status or other forms of government assistance, these services are intended for pet parents in need so they do no have to surrender their animals.
 
Our three Pet Alliance clinics offer low-cost veterinary care options for those who are able to afford it. Take a look at our price sheets to make an informed and thoughtful decision before potentially taking a spot away from a pet truly in need. 
 

Do I need to make an appointment?

All free vaccine events are FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED up to 75 patients. We recommend arriving early to better ensure you receive this service. When you arrive, please check in with a staff member to sign in and then return to your vehicle while you wait. Please wear a mask or face covering while interacting with Pet Alliance Staff.

 

What vaccines are offered and how many pets can I bring?

Canine influenza and FELV vaccines are available for purchase. Free heartworm test is offered with purchase of 6 months preventative.  Limit two pets per household.

FREE Dog Vaccines:

DHLPP

Rabies

Bordetella

FREE Cat Vaccines:

FRVCP

Rabies

Free vaccine dates and locations:

Questions? Please call (407) 351 – 7722 for more information. 

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