vaccination clinics

offering low-income pet owners with low-cost vaccinations

The "Vaccination Station" at Humane Society of West Michigan

 
The "Vaccination Station" is a partnership between Humane Society of West Michigan
and C-SNIP in an effort to offer affordable options to low income pet owners. 
 
To qualify for the clinics clients must be able to show proof of low-income status up to 200% of the federal poverty line. Examples of proof are bridge card, medicaid card, paystub, tax return, unemployment, proof of social security, etc.  
2016 Federal Poverty Chart
Household Size                      Income Limit to Qualify 
1                                        23,540
2                                        31,860
3                                        40,180
4                                        48,500
5                                        56,820
6                                        65,140
7                                        73,460
8                                        81,780
 
WHERE: Humane Society of West Michigan (3077 Wilson NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49534)
WHEN:  2nd Monday of the month from 2pm-5pm, walk-in only - no appointment needed 
 
WHERE: C-SNIP (1675 Viewpond Dr. SE, Kentwood, MI 49508) 
WHEN:  3rd Friday of the month from 11am-2pm, walk-in only - no appointments
 
Services :
Rabies: $15
Distemper: $15
Bordatella: $15
Heartworm Test: $15
Felv/FIV Test: $30
Pet ID Microchip: $15 (only with vaccination)
 
**Purchase of a $10 C-SNIP coupon is required for all animals that are not "fixed."
 
For more information about C-SNIP, please visit their website: www.csnip.org