Just Animals Shelter is a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter. We are a 501(c)3 organization. We recieve no tax-payer dollars or government funding. Any money we have is donated by caring community members or raised ourselves, and any money donated to us is tax deductible.
We started in 1997 and have since saved thousands of animals. In 2010 alone, Just Animals rescued and found homes for 435 cats and dogs.
In 2009, the shelter started its Wellness Clinic program, further benefiting members of the community and their furry friends.
Just Animals will only keep growing and improving with the loving support of community members like you!
|Exam Fee||$10||Exam Fee||$10|
|1-year Rabies Vaccine||$12||1-year Rabies Vaccine||$12|
|3-year Rabies Vaccine||$25||3-year Rabies Vaccine||$25|
|DA2PPV (Distemper Combo)||$12||FVRCP-CH (Distemper Combo)||$12|
|Bordetella Vaccine||$12||FELV Vaccine||$12|
|Lepto Vaccine||$12||FIV/FELV Test||$20|
|Heartworm Preventative||$4 - $6|
|Micro chipping||$20||Micro chipping||$20|
|Deworming||prices vary||Deworming||prices vary|
Scheduled Wellness Clinics
IF YOU KNOW OF A PLACE IN YOUR COMMUNITY THAT COULD HOST US.....PLEASE CALL JODY AT 815.830.6568 (all we need is the space, we provide everything else.)
This is a list of a scheduled wellness clinics in the surrounding areas. To make an appointment for a clinic, call the Wellness Clinic line at (815) 830-6568Fri, September 12, 3pm – 7pm @ Trinity Services Barkery 222 S Water St. in Wilmington
We are at the Aurora Animal Control Facility the second Saturday of every month.and at the TSC in Peoria the 1st saturday of every month.
Knowing that animal care is close to people’s hearts in the area, but not in the budget, Just Animals is bringing affordable basic care to the surrounding communities. The clinics offer several basic vaccines including rabies vaccines, heartworm tests and preventative for dogs, flea and tick preventative, FIV/FELV tests for cats, microchipping, deworming, and basic exams.
Every clinic helps 60-80 animals and their wonderful caretakers. In this economy we need to help all the dogs and cats we can! We are so happy to be part of the solution to the high costs pet parents encounter. Thank you so much for your support and donations!
To see a list of the services we offer along with the prices, please click the Services and Prices tab to the left.
To see a list of Frequently Asked Questions please click the FAQ tab to the left.
If you are planning on bringing a pet to a clinic:
If you have a dog, please make sure to bring it in on a leash or in a carrier (if it is small enough). Please no flexi-leashes or other retractable leashes! We need you to keep track of your animals at all times. Even if your dog is healthy and great with others, some of the other dogs at the clinic may not be. Safety and health are our top priorities!
If you have a dog that can be aggressive with people or other animals, even just on occasion, please let us know. If you can bring a well-fitting muzzle of your own, that's great. If not, we have muzzles on hand that we can use. No one wants to get bit!
If you are bringing in a cat, please make sure to bring it in a carrier. Please do not just walk in holding your cat. There are always many dogs at the clinics. It can be loud and scary for our feline friends, and we don't want them getting loose and/or lost. If you do not have a carrier of your own, we keep one on hand that we can lend you to transport your cat safely to and from your car. Let us know!