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Vaccinations and Microchipping

Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League can protect your pet with microchipping, vaccines, licensing, and more at affordable prices. Click here for a full list of our prices and services, then make an appointment at our Wellness Clinic using the link below.

Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

Clinic Hours of Operation

We are by appointment only.

OPEN: Monday -  Friday 9:30AM - 5:00PM 

Closed: Saturday & Sunday

Questions? Please email us for more information or call 561-686-3663

Pet Identification and Microchipping

Microchipping: $27

Microchips provide a permanent means of identification for our pets and significantly increase the chances of being reunited with their families if they become lost or separated. Microchips are the easiest way for any rescue, animal control, or veterinarian's office to identify the owner of a stray pet

Think of a microchip as your pet's tiny, high-tech name tag! Roughly the size of a grain of rice, this permanent identifier is always ready to be scanned - no batteries or power needed.

We offer HomeAgain Microchips which are registered with HomeAgain's Pet Recovery System. Please call (561) 472-8812, (561) 686-3663 or email us for more information. Make an appointment to get your pet microchipped at the link at the top of this page.

Our shelter offers both microchips and pet ID tags. You can make a custom pet ID tag in our Pet Adoption Center's Shaggy Shoppe, open 11 AM - 6 PM daily.


Learn more about the vaccinations we provide at our Wellness Clinic.

Keeping Your Pet Safe

There has been a confirmed case of rabies in West Palm Beach/Palm Beach County. Rabies is a deadly virus in which there is no cure and is almost always fatal. The best way to protect yourself and your pet is to make certain that your pet is current on its rabies vaccination.

Rabies Prevention:
  • Steer clear of wildlife as they are the primary carriers of rabies.
  • Keep your pet’s vaccines up-to-date.
  • Only feed your pet indoors or take up food after they have finished eating outside. This will deter wildlife from coming around to feed.
  • If you see an animal that appears sick or aggressive, please stay away and contact the Palm Beach Animal Care & Control Department at (561) 233-1200
  • If you notice any of these symptoms (lethargy, aggression, excessive salivation, paralysis) with your own pet, please call your veterinarian immediately.

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