(Voorhees, NJ) – The Animal Welfare Association is bringing its Vets on Wheels mobile clinic to Camden City this fall. From 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 30, and Wednesday, Nov. 20, the clinic will offer on-site vaccinations and veterinary procedures at Von Nieda Park.
The Vets on Wheels program, supported by the Freeholder Board, works in underserved communities to deliver a variety of pet care outreach services to residents. These events are open to all – you do not have to be a resident of the neighborhood to visit the Vets on Wheels clinic.
“By bringing these services directly into the community, we can help pet owners to care for their animals while also minimizing the spread of canine and feline disease and illness,” said Freeholder Jonathan Young. “Services at the mobile clinic are provided on-site at an affordable cost. Even relatively minor procedures can go a long way to keeping your pet healthy and happy.”
Pet owners in areas served by the Vets on Wheels program traditionally lack regular access to veterinary services and may struggle to secure transportation to far-away clinics. The mobile clinic brings these services into the neighborhood at a convenient location and an affordable price.
The following services will be available:
Services (Dogs and Cats)
Rabies – $12.00
Exams – $25.00 (additional $5 fee if over 30 minutes)
Dewormer – $10.00
DAPP combo vaccine – $12.00
Lyme vaccine – $15.00
Bordetella vaccine – $12.00
Heartworm test – $30.00
FVRCP combo vaccine – $12.00
FeIV/FIV – $30.00
Nail Trim – $5.00
Vectra Flea/Tick single dose – $15.00
Microchip – $18.00
ID tags – $4.00
Von Nieda Park is located between 29th Street, Harrison Street and Arthur Avenue. For more information regarding the AWA and the Vets on Wheels program, please visit www.awanj.org.