Dr. Carol Joyce-Lloyd has been doing low cost mobile vaccination clinics in ABQ and the surrounding areas for almost 35 years. These clinics are a way for the public to get their animals up to date on shots affordably.

Our mobile vaccination clinics are open to all, and require no appointment. Please bring records of past shots to the clinic. Dr. Carol Joyce-Lloyd is the only vet on premise at these clinics, and is who gives the vaccination. She will not give vaccinations to dogs that developmentally present below 7 weeks old. Rabies cannot be given earlier than 1 month before the expiration date of their last rabies vaccine. Average round trip wait times at these vaccine clinics is 25-40 minutes. Please do not be rude to clinic staff, they are direct representatives of Dr. Joyce-Lloyd.

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our Shot Clinics.

Please see our complete list of shot clinics below:


Mountainair Clinic
at the Community Center

3:00pm – 6:00pm
November 18th


Clark’s Pet Emporium
4914 Lomas Blvd NE 87110
2:00 – 4:00pm
September 18th
October 2nd & 16th


County Line Feed
49 Pony Express Edgewood
10am – 1pm
September 17th
October 1st & 15th


Ace of Hearts
126 Atrisco Dr. SW
2:00 – 5:00pm
September 14th, 28th
October 5th, 12th, and 19th


Estancia
(police Station)
3-6 pm
October 7th


Hound Haven
1423 NM333 Edgewood
Friday 3-5 pm
Sept 23rd


  • Microchip – $30
  • 1 year rabies – $11
  • 3 year rabies – $26
  • DA2PP (dog) – $20 distemper/parvo
  • DA2PPCCV – $22 distemper parvo and corona
  • FVRCP (cat) – $20 distemper upper respiratory
  • Feline Leukemia on tested negative cats – $30
  • Bordatella – $21
  • Heartworm Test – $30 or $15 with purchase of preventative

Call for an appointment – (505) 286-2608

Heartworm is a disease that is spread by mosquitoes. If your pet is traveling to different states, goes to the river or lakes with you or you live near the river or irrigation ditches.(5-mile radius ) These areas have a higher concentration of mosquitoes and therefore more danger of getting the disease. If this is the case then your dog should be tested and put on preventative medicine to avoid getting heartworm. The treatment for heartworm is expensive and damage is done to the pet’s heart by the worms. Once your dog tests negative then, Prevention is a pill given once a month to kill early larval stages.

Intestinal Parasites – are spread from mother to puppies in their mother’s milk. Puppies should be wormed 3-4 times 2 weeks apart to decrease their worm load and the mother should be wormed at the same time. If there are other pets in the household they should be wormed too, to avoid reinfection with worms.