Greenville Humane Society’s mission is to preserve the lives and enhance the well-being of animals. Our Vaccine Clinic does just that. We’re proud to offer common preventive services like vaccines, testing, and more to help keep your pet healthy—without breaking the bank, starting at $10! Here, you’ll get the same stellar care you deserve, but our costs are lower than traditional veterinary clinics (plus, you’re supporting a great cause!).
Location & Hours
Safety is our top priority. Thank you for understanding as we keep our Vaccine Clinic safe, clean, and socially distanced. All customers must adhere to the following guidelines when visiting the Vaccine Clinic:
- Customers are required to wear a mask for all appointments and services.
- Please maintain a safe distance of 6ft from other customers and staff.
- Only one person per animal may enter the building.
- Owner will be required to wait in the lobby during services. Vet tech will retrieve pet and take it to the exam room for services.
- Only two animals per 15-minute appointment. If you have additional animals, please schedule a back-to-back appointment.
- All dogs must be leashed and all cats must be in carriers. We have leashes, collars and carriers available for purchase should you need to buy them.
September is Happy Cat Month!
Celebrate all month long with $15 FeLV vaccines at our Vacccine Clinic! Feline Leukemia is a feline retrovirus that causes suppressed immunity in cats making them prone to infections and illnesses that would otherwise be harmless. It can also cause anemia and several types of cancer. Cats with FeLV are contagious to other cats and can have significantly shorter lifespans due to secondary conditions.
Vaccine Clinic Services & Pricing
Vaccines & Testing
We follow the current vaccination guidelines published by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) for dogs and the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) for cats. We adhere to the recommendation that vaccines should not be given more often than every 2 weeks, regardless of which vaccine is given. Please note the prices listed below are effective as of July 1st, 2021.
|Standard Vaccines (Cats & Dogs)||Price|
|1-Year Rabies Vaccine||$10|
|3-Year Rabies Vaccine||$30|
|1-Year Canine/Puppy Distemper/Parvo-DHPP||$10|
|H3N8/H3N2 Flu Vaccine||$25|
|Lyme Disease Vaccine||$25|
|Feline Distemper Vaccine||$10|
|3-Year Feline Distemper Vaccine||$30|
|Feline Leukemia (FeLV) Vaccine|
|Feline Leukemia/FIV Combo Test||$30 + tax|
|Heartworm Antigen Test||$30 + tax|
We offer a variety of low-cost preventative medications to keep your pets safe. We do not offer treatment for pets who are heartworm positive.
To obtain a prescription for our heartworm medications, you must provide proof of a negative heartworm test within the past year. If it has been over a month since the heartworm test was performed, proof of continuous prevention given since the test must be provided. If you do not have proof, just bring your pet in for a quick exam to get your prescription.
|Microchipping||$15 + tax (June Only)|
A microchip is a permanent identification apparatus that is injected under the skin of a dog or cat. Microchips are about the size of a grain of rice and house a tiny computer chip. Each chip contains an identification number that is registered in the 24PetWatch microchip registration database.
Collar tags can break or become unreadable. Microchips are permanent pet identification that last a lifetime. Microchipping is a quick and painless procedure and offers the best chance of recovering your pet.
|Intestinal Parasite Treatment (Pyrantel)||$10–$20|
|Tapeworm Treatment (Praziquantel)||$15–$23|
|CATS ONLY: Intestinal Parasite/Tapeworm Combo Treatment (Profender Topical)||$10–$20|
We offer deworming treatment for intestinal parasites and/or tapeworms. Pricing varies based on your pet’s weight.
Ear Mite Treatment (Cats Only)
|Ear Mite Treatment (Cats Only)||$20|
Nail Caps/Covers (Soft Paws)
|Two front paws||$20|
|All four paws||$25|
Monday – Friday ONLY (8:00 AM – 9:00 AM)
Cats are required to arrive and remain in a carrier.
Nail caps are applied over a cat’s trimmed nails and provide a safe and humane alternative to declawing. Nail caps do not interfere with the normal extension and retraction of your cat’s claw and fall off with the natural growth of the nail. Guests can wait in our waiting area while this service is done.
Vaccine Clinic Reviews
Top Notch Care, Friendly Service, & Affordable Prices
”Good prices on vaccines, heartworm tests, and heartworm medicine. I buy my yearly supply of Revolution from here. Friendly staff and fast service. Love the place. Love the prices.David C.
”We have two stray cats, Bandit and Cloudy, my wife and I took in to get spayed and neutered and also vaccinated. They actually took our cats back even before we finished the paperwork ... They were very friendly and helpful and so much cheaper than a private veterinarian. It had a very clean sanitized smell inside as well, very comforting during this pandemic. We would recommend this place to everyone.Michael E.
”Very friendly and caring staff. I would recommend anyone to take their pet here to their vaccinations clinic.Shirley W.
”They were great with my dog fast and affordable!Stephanie L.
”I’ve taken my pets to the vaccine clinic (2nd building) several times. They are quick, organized, and informative.Izzy W.