Get your animals vaccinated against common core diseases to protect them. The basic core vaccination for puppies and dogs is against parvo and distemper. Puppies need a full series of vaccinations beginning at 6-8 weeks old, after they are weaned, to be fully protected. Another core vaccination for puppies and dogs is against rabies, and that should first be given by 3-4 months of age, and then a year later. For cats, the FVRCP vaccination against 3 common very infectious and deadly diseases for cats, also should be given beginning at 6-8 weeks of age to keep them healthy.
Reserve space online for your animals to be spayed or neutered at The Parker Project (click this link and then click on Schedule Appointment button on that page.) If you go to sign up, and those dates are not available for the kind of spay or neuter (dog or cat) you are looking for, that means that those dates have filled up for those slots. Spaces fill up way ahead! Look at the schedule and see if you are able to travel to other locations that still have space available.
Tuba City clinic dates:
February 12 & 13
April 9 & 10
June 25 & 26
August 27 & 28
October 22 & 23
The Parker Project (click this link and then click on Schedule Appointment button on that page.)
For spay/neuter in Kayenta, go to the Western Agency Spay/Neuter & Pet Resource Center during open hours, Wednesday-Sunday, 12:00-4:00, and get your name on a wait list, and pay a $10 deposit fee. That is how it is working as of 3/11/22. The center is located off highway 163 near the Kayenta transfer station, and is about 2 miles north of the highway 160/163 junction. Take highway 163 heading north from the 160/163 junction towards the Kayenta Transfer Station, turn there, and then first left. For vaccinations and wellness services, they are open 11:00-4:00 every day, no appointment needed.