RSPCA Victoria is returning to Brimbank to offer another low-cost pet vaccination day, with an upcoming clinic in Kings Park on Wednesday, December 20.
The clinics, run by an RSPCA Victoria vet, help make veterinary care more accessible for people and their pets.
Speaking about the clinic, RSPCA Victoria head of prevention Rebecca Cook said they were looking forward to visiting Kings Park.
“We had such a great response when we visited St Albans in May which was the first of these clinics on offer,” Ms Cook said.
“We saw around 26 local pets and their owners last time and are hoping to see up to 30 this time around.”
Appointments at the Kings Park 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 $53.29, a dog will receive their preventative vaccines and be checked by an RSPCA veterinarian to ensure they are fit for their vaccinations.
Due to nation-wide shortages of the F3 vaccine, the team are currently unable to vaccinate cats, however they can still perform basic health checks.
Pet owners can also receive professional advice on how to keep them healthy now and into the future.
The RSPCA pet vaccination event will run from 9.30am-4.30pm on December 20, at the Westvale Community Centre room 4, 45 Kings Road, Kings Park.
To book your four-legged friend a low-cost vaccination visit rspcavic.org/petclinics