Low-Cost Vaccination Clinic

Our affordable low-cost vaccination clinics inside Southern Agriculture stores can save you off yearly vaccinations for your dog, cat, puppy, kitten, or ferret.  State-licensed veterinarians administer high-quality vaccines and microchips*  with no appointment and no office visits fees. Simply show up during clinic hours, it's that easy.  We have seven stores for your convenience located in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, and Owasso. 

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Understanding Vaccinations: 

Southern Agriculture strongly recommends vaccinating your pets. We know that pet owners think about taking their dog, cat, or ferret to the vet, it is often to get their "Shots" of for their "annual". We want to explain what is vaccination and why it is so important to the health of your pet.  Vaccines help prevent many illnesses that affect pets. Vaccinating your pet has long been considered one of the easiest ways to help your pet live a long, healthy life. Vaccines help prepare the body's immune system to fight the invasion of disease-causing organisms. Vaccines contain antigens,  which look like the disease-causing organism to the immune system but don't actually cause disease. When the vaccine is introduced to the body, the immune system is mildly stimulated. If a pet is ever exposed to the real disease, his immune system is now prepared to recognize and fight it off entirely or reduce the severity of the illness.

Determining the Timing and Frequency of Vaccinations 

For puppies: If his mother has a healthy immune system, a puppy will most likely receive antibodies in mother’s milk while nursing. Puppies should receive a series of vaccinations starting at six to eight weeks of age. A veterinarian should administer a minimum of three vaccinations at three- to four-week intervals. The final dose should be administered at 16 weeks of age.

For adult dogs: Some adult dogs might receive certain vaccines annually, while other vaccines might be given every three years or longer.

For kittens: Kittens automatically receive antibodies in the milk their mother produces if their mother has a healthy immune system. When the kitten is around six to eight weeks of age, your veterinarian can begin to administer a series of vaccines at three- or four-week intervals until the kitten reaches 16 weeks of age.

For adult cats: Adult cats might be revaccinated annually or every three years.

For ferrets: Ferrets should be vaccinated at ~8, 10, and 12 wk of age and then yearly. Ferrets are vaccinated annually for rabies and canine distemper.

If you have any questions or would rather make an appointment. Please call our vet locations:

Tulsa - 71st & Sheridan

(918) 488-1993

Tulsa - 31st & Mingo

(918) 663-6770

Tulsa - 26th & Harvard

(918) 747-6872

Tulsa - Tulsa Hills 78th & HWY 75

(918) 794-7387

Broken Arrow South - 90th & Elm

(918) 258-8080

Broken Arrow North - 71st & Lynn Lane

(918) 251-0267

Owasso – 92nd St. North & HWY 169

(918) 274-3770