Veterinarian Services

Wednesday through Saturday Clinics

Now Accepting Appointments

Healthy Animal - $19.99

For vaccines, fecal exams, heartworm or a feline leukemia/FIV tests, and/or nail trims. Your pet will be seen by the veterinarian. Trained veterinary assistant will discuss test results and health plan with you.

Pet with Health Issues - $34.99

An in depth exam by veterinarian. You and the veterinarian will have a consultation where you discuss treatment plans.

Basic Fees
Service Fee
Fecal Exam $ 20.00
Deworm $ 15.00
HW Test $ 30.00
Feleuk FIV $ 35.00
Rabies Vaccine (one year) $ 12.99
Rabies Vaccine (three year) $ 20.99
Bordetella $ 15.99
DHLPPor FVRCP $ 15.99

We sell several varieties of heartworm and flea/tick prevention. ..........

Teeth cleaning for your pet is NOW available!

Why clean your pet's teeth?
Bacterial biofilm coats the teeth daily, calcifying into hundreds of layers of microscopically thin bacterial concrete, known as plaque. These bacteria cause stinky breath, inflammation, infection, periodontal disease, bone recession and destruction. Gingivitis and bone loss result in painful loose teeth. PLUS... Bacteria can enter the bloodstream through inflamed gums causing damage elsewhere in the body, including heart valves, livers and kidneys, amongst other places.

Keep your furry friend (and your pocketbook) happy and healthy.

Please call to schedule an appointment.

(386) 445-1814

Can't make it into the shelter?
Tele-Doc is back in service!

"See" the doctor with an easy phone call

Spay and Neuter Services

FHS offers many low-cost spay and neuter services. Ensuring that all animals are spayed and neutered is a focus on ours, as this is the only real way to reduce the pet overpopulation crisis across the country. There are simply not enough good loving homes for all those who need one.

There are many health reason to spay/neuter your pet. Spaying helps prevent uterine infections and mammary tumors, which are malignant or cancerous in about 50 percent of dogs and 90 percent of cats. Spaying your pet before her first heat offers the best protection from these diseases. Neutering your male companion prevents testicular cancer and some prostate problems. Spay and Neuter Services

Spaying a female dog also eliminates the messiness associated with the heat cycle. Neutering of male dogs and cats can prevent certain undesirable sexual behaviors, such as urine marking, humping, male aggression and the urge to roam.

Flagler County residents who wish to have their pets spay/neutered at a private veterinary practice of their choice may apply to receive a $25 rebate from the County.
Download the rebate application here
Community Cat Spay/Neuter
Feral cats must come in a trap or they will not be accepted. This is to ensure the safety of our medical staff. Each cat will receive spay/neuter service, mandatory ear notch, rabies and FVRCP vaccines. Additional services, such as FELV/FIV testing may be purchased additionally.

Flagler Humane Society will also be holding walk-in monthly feral cat clinics every last Sunday of the month to the first 30 cats to show up. Drop off times are 8am-9am. There is no limit on how many you can bring.

Here is 2020’s schedule:

January 26
February 23
March 29
April 26
May 31
June 28
July 26
August 30
September 27
October 25
November 29
December 27

Appointments for feral TNR surgeries can also be made with our front office for Tuesdays (limit 2 cats per person) only 4 slots available.

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