How Much Do Dog Vaccinations Cost?

Owning both a dog and a puppy can get rather expensive.  With pets, many of the common veterinarian checkups are going to include vaccinations.  There are many vaccinations out there that your dog may have to receive.  Many of them are going to vary on many different factors.

How much do dog vaccination cost?

Type of Vaccine
Price
Bordetella
$20 to $35
Corona
$10 to $25
DHPP
$15 to $30
DHPP4L
$20 to $35
Heartworm
$25 to $45
Heartworm 3DX
$35 to $55
Hookworm
$10 to $25
Influenza
$20 to $40
Lyme
$35 to $55
Rabies
$15 to $30
Tapeworm
$20 to $40

Note:  A vet fee may be applied on top of that price.  Vet offices may also bring the price down if more than one vaccine is administered during a visit.

When shots are required:

Vaccine
When it’s Required
Bordetella
8 to 10 weeks
Corona
8 to 10 weeks
Heartworm
6 to 8 weeks
Lyme
16 weeks
Parvo
8 to 10 weeks
Rabies
16 weeks
Roundworm
6 to 8 weeks
Tapeworm
6 to 8 weeks

NOTE:  Most of these shots are recommended annually.

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Average Price for Users : $95

  1. Mindy paid $ and Said,

    I had taken my puppy in for his first shots and it was around $75.

  2. Monica Sinnott (Round Rock,tx) paid $95 and Said,

    My old (12 – 15 years) needed her yearly shots – DHLP/P & Bordetella, heartworm blood test, and a 6 months supply of Heartgard plus for dogs up to 25#. The vet also cut her nails and checked a sore on her foot & gave me more antibiotics. Total bill when I walked out was $95.

    I think that is cheap. My old vet would have charged at least $150.

    Was it worth it: Yes

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