Dorian Hargrove 12:47 p.m., May 19
Earlier this year I took my dog to a Pet Network Clinic for his rabies vaccine, which cost $6! The staff was efficient and professional. In case you need flea medication, DA2LPP or feline leukemia vaccinations, a heartworm test, micro-chipping, or even a travel certificate for your cat or dog, there's an affordable way to do it and avoid paying a vet's base fee (often $50 or more before the vaccination charge).
Pet Network Clinic holds low-cost clinics in Temecula, National City, Imperial Beach, National City, Hillcrest, and near SDSU. Because they offer reduced fees, they have narrow windows in which they provide services. Click here for their schedule and price list.