When: Monday, September 26, 2022
Where: Humane Society Naples Main Shelter (370 Airport Pulling Rd. N)
Is your pet(s) vaccinated, microchipped, licensed and wearing ID tags? This is extremely important for disaster preparedness. Pets are part of the family and they should be included in all your planning should a disaster occur. With there still being plenty of time for the forecasted hurricane path to change, Humane Society Naples will host a vaccination clinic at our main shelter for families in our community who might seek temporary shelter with or for their pet(s).
- Although pre-registration isn’t required, this helps us prepare for the volume of families that are planning to attend. This will help us with our supplies and staffing. We will accept walk-ins but STRONGLY recommend you pre-register now! Supplies are limited.
- Rabies (Dog & Cat)
- DHPP (Dog)
- FVRCP (Cat)
- Collier County Licensing***
- Identification Tags
- Additional pet supplies, while supplies last
- There are no income qualifications for clients, instead, there is an honor system for payments with the expectation that people financially contribute what they are able to towards their pet’s visit to the vaccination clinic. (Suggested donation is $10 per pet.) *** Additional Collier County Licensing fees apply
All dogs MUST be on a non-retractable leash at all times. (If you do not have one, a leash will be provided to you. Cats MUST be in a secure carrier. Please keep your pet(s) secure and away from other animals.
This vaccination clinic is intended for animals that aren’t up to date on vaccinations required in order to enter an emergency shelter, alternative housing option or temporary boarding facility. If your pet(s) is up to date or you’re not planning to use a shelter, alternative housing option or temporary boarding-we kindly ask that you schedule your pet for a later date.
COLLIER COUNTY’S PET-FRIENDLY SHELTERS
Collier County Bureau of Emergency Services offers pet-friendly sheltering at various locations throughout Collier County in the event of a disaster. Admission is first-come, first-serve for Collier County residents and their pets with a current County Rabies/License Tag. Only cats and dogs are accepted at these shelters.
(The Pet-Friendly Shelters open as directed by the Bureau of Emergency Services and locations will be announced once activated.)
Please click here to learn more about the rules of Collier County’s Pet Friendly Shelters along with other preparedness alternatives.