Chasing Tails gives back to the Bryan/College Station community by offering affordable vaccination services during our mobile vaccination clinics. These clinics take place once a month throughout the Bryan/College Station area.
At your visit, a professional, fully licensed veterinarian will examine your dog or cat from wet nose to wagging tail to determine if they are fit for vaccinations. This examination is provided FREE of charge to those purchasing services from us. Preventative health care for you pet is then provided, including annual vaccinations in accordance with state and local regulations, deworming for puppies, kittens, and as needed for adult animals, heartworm tests, heartworm prevention, and flea and tick control products are offered. Please note: We do not provide written prescriptions at the vaccination clinics to protect our doctors time and ability to provide a full exam to each patient, if you would like a written prescription for a medication, please contact us and schedule a house call Monday- Friday.
** ATTENTION**:FOR THE MONTHS OF JUNE, JULY, AUGUST: we will not accept bully breeds! This is so that your pet stays safe and out of the heat to avoid any medical issues that could arise. If you would like them to be seen by us we would be happy to offer you a house call in the cool, AC setting of your home or ask that you bring them during the cooler months of the year to be seen at our low cost vaccine clinics!
Please see below for a complete list of vaccinations:
The following additional services are also available:
- Nail trim
- Brazos County Tags
- FIV/FeLV test
We accept all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and cash at the Low Cost Vaccination Clinics.
In case of emergency: We provide a low cost alternative for vaccinations, heartworm, and flea control. The examination your pet will receive is in order to deem them healthy enough to receive these services. An annual examination with your regular veterinarian is always recommended. We offer in home veterinary care Monday-Friday for comprehensive examinations. Allergic reactions to vaccinations may include: hives, facial swelling, nausea, vomiting, and lethargy. Reactions can be immediate or take days to develop. If your pet has a reaction, more than general lethargy or soreness, seek veterinary care. Disclaimer: There are certain inherent risks in attending a mobile veterinary clinic, to include but not be limited to, pet being hit by a car, animal bite, dog/cat fights, injury to or death of pet, heat stroke, and loss of pet (pet runs-away).