Abilene - Tractor Supply Mobile Clinics 4450 Southwest Dr, Abilene, TX, United States August 19, 2017 - Clinic 10 am Until 4 pm




Our Animal Clinics provide Affordable, Quality veterinary care in a first class and friendly setting.

Phone: (325) 400-5125


Animal Clinic

Penny Paws conducts weekend mobile clinics we call Veterinary Community Outreach programs, that serve townships throughout Abilene, Texas.



Smack dab in the heart of Texas, Abilene is one of the fastest-growing cities in the Lone Star State. A growing human population means a growing pet population. Penny Paws, Aibilene’s low-cost mobile vaccination clinic, is dedicated to serving the beloved pets of Abilene with high-quality veterinary care at a price pet parents can afford.

We know how hard it can be to find the time for veterinary appointments. That is why our mobile vaccination clinic comes to an Abilene neighborhood near you. We offer health screenings, vaccinations and basic medications through the mobile clinic, saving you both time and money.

We pride ourselves on our affordability. Check out the mobile vaccination clinic schedule to see when we will be in a neighborhood near you.

See you Saturday!

No appointment needed – first come, first served.
We will bring cold water for you and your pet when it is hot.

We offer easily accessible basic healthcare needs for cats, dogs, puppies and kittens.

We are able to have your pet properly and legally vaccinated against major canine and feline diseases, including Rabies, tested for Heartworm disease, Microchip, nails trimmed and we can dispense prescription medications to prevent Heartworm disease and flea/tick infestation.

All of our clinics are staffed by licensed veterinarians.


Penny Paws Mobile Clinics

Find answers to most frequently asked questions here or by emailing mobile@pennypaws.com, or by calling Penny Paws HQ directly at (817) 993-1234.
Please do not call the host stores for information.

What payment options are available to our customers?

We accept:

  • Cash
  • Credit Card

Credit Cards


For Dogs

Annual Package – Best choice!

Distemper/Parvo (DHPPv), Rabies, Kennel Cough (Bordetella), Heartworm test.

Just Shots

Distemper/Parvo (DHPPv), Rabies, Kennel cough


We highly recommend the Annual package for all dogs, especially newly adopted or the cherished family pet.

For Puppies


Puppy #1 (6-8 weeks of age)

Distemper/Parvo (DHPPv), Heartworm Pill, Deworm

Puppy #2 (9-12 weeks of age)

Distemper/Parvo (DHPPv), Bordetella, Heartworm Pill, Deworm

Puppy #3 (12 weeks-6 months of age)

Distemper/Parvo (DHPPv), Bordetella, Deworm, Rabies

The puppy package is recommended for pups 6 weeks and older.  Young puppies are vaccinated 3 times. The first vaccination needs to occur as early as 6 weeks but no later than 8 weeks. Booster vaccines are then administered twice in 1 month intervals. They can receive their rabies shot when they are at least 12 weeks.

For Dogs - Individual Prices


Rabies 1 Year
Distemper/Parvo (DHPPv)
Kennel Cough (Bordetella)
Lepto, Distemper, Parvo 5 Way

For Cats

Annual Package – Best choice!

Distemper (FVRCP), Leukemia (FeLV), Rabies

We highly recommend the Annual package to all cats, especially newly adopted pets and the outdoor cat.

For Kittens

Kitten #1 (6-8 weeks of age)

Distemper (FVRCP), Deworming (Pyrantel)

Kitten #2 (9-12 weeks of age)

Distemper (FVRCP), Deworming (Pyrantel), Feline Leukemia (FeLV)

Kitten #3 (12 weeks – 6 months of age)
Distemper (FVRCP), Deworming (Pyrantel), Feline Leukemia (FeLV), Rabies
The kitten package is recommended for kittens 6 weeks and older. Kittens are vaccinated 3 times. Young kittens are given their initial vaccines as early as 6 weeks but no later than 8 weeks.  Boosters are then administered at 1 month intervals.  They can receive their rabies shot at least 12 weeks. 

For Cats - Individual Prices

Rabies 1 Year
Distemper (FVRCP)
Leukemia (FeLV)


Heartworm Testing

Other Services

De-worming (Pyrantel)
De-worming for tapeworms* (Praziquantel)
Toenail Trims
*Tapeworms are carried by fleas. When a dog or cat ingests a flea, the worm egg is hatched and results in a tapeworm which feeds in the animal’s intestine. Small segments are frequently passed in the stool and appear like a grain of rice