Vaccine Clinic

Why does Shelby Humane Society provide low-cost vaccines and clinics?

Disease is a product of the community.  It is not a shelter, rescue or other type of animal welfare problem but a community problem.  By offering low-cost vaccines to the public we hope to assist in creating a more healthy community for all companion pets.  This has certainly had a positive impact on the health of animals brought in to our facility. 

Micro-chipping helps us reunite pets with their families. Parvo season is here!  We beg you to protect your pet from this horrible, extremely expensive to treat, often life-ending virus.  Annual vaccines are critical to the health of your pet.

We encourage all pet owners to visit their primary vet for all your pet needs; however, we are aware that some owners do not have a primary vet.  We strive to promote responsible pet ownership which includes services that will protect the people and pets of our community.  Rabies is required by state law and rabies is a true risk in our community, protect yourselves and your pets. 

Upcoming Vaccine Clinics:

Saturday, October 3rd - At Bark in the Park, Veterans Park in Alabaster 


All pets must be on a leash or in a carrier.  People and pets remain in the vehicle, the vet and staff will come to you.

Pricing Information - CASH ONLY!

Rabies only - $10

Feline package, includes rabies and FVRCP - $35

Canine package, includes rabies, kennel cough and DA2PPV  - $35

Microchip only - FREE but donations are appreciated!

If you would like to complete the necessary form (click link) prior to attending any of our clinics please follow the link below and print.  Please note you MUST provide TWO copies of the form, otherwise you will be required to complete the form at the clinic.


Special thanks to Dr. Rhonda Ellison and Calera Animal Hospital for providing this life saving service!