Humane Society of Tampa Bay will be hosting their first free shot clinic for dogs on Saturday, April 22nd from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Good Samaritan Mission in Wimauma. The first 1,000 dogs that come to the clinic will receive free DA2PP and Rabies vaccinations, both of which are core vaccines for dogs. Dogs must be at least eight weeks old to receive the DA2PP vaccine and at least three months old to receive the Rabies vaccine. The Humane Society will only vaccinate individual puppies (not litters of puppies), and up to four dogs can be vaccinated per household. All dogs must be on leashes, and cats are not permitted into the free shot clinic for their own safety.
For over 100 years, the Humane Society of Tampa Bay has been dedicated helping animals, and this free shot clinic for dogs is one of their largest community outreach efforts. The Society cares about people as much as they do about animals, so they ask clinic guests to bring a can of food or other non-perishable items, toiletries, and/or diapers for the Good Samaritan Mission’s food pantry. For more information about the free shot clinic, visit HumaneSocietyTampa.org or call 813-876-4150.