For my horses, dog and cats. Gave all the shots....then realized my cats only got feline leukemia vaccinations and my horses vaccination didn't include west nile, which was the PRIMARY thing I wanted to vaccinate them against. Shit shit shit shit shit. Now I have to go find flavovirus vaccinations and jab my horses again (and they DON'T like it) and vaccinate my fucking cats for distemper. If you've ever vaccinated a cat, it's a pain in the ass. Their skin is like rawhide. Luckily, they don't seem to feel it. Dog's good, though. I managed to get her for everything, which is great because she's going on vacation with us in a couple of weeks. But the west nile thing is a bitch. I was going to order it online, and while the vaccination price was a little less that what it costs in the feed stores (when you can find it) to have it shipped refrigerated costs $30. Screw that. I'll travel across the state if that's what it takes before I'll spend $30 to put an ice pack in with my shots. And I'm not innoculating them in the neck next time. I quit doing that years ago when I found that the hip shot doesn't bother them and isn't half as dangerous (to me). But this last time, I decided, hey, I'll do it the correct way. I had to stick them both twice doing it in the neck. The Arab threw up her head and dislodged the needle from the muscle mass, so it was subcutaneous, so I got to pull that out and do it again, and Purdy just plain flipped out so the needle moved and was just sort of dangling, so I got to stick her again, too. Whereupon she flipped again, and I just slammed that shit in, I didn't draw back or anything, and prayed we weren't in a vein. She's alive today, so thankfully, I wasn't. I get to do it to the kittens again in a few weeks and they don't care, but I hate trying to get that needle in..you hold the fold of skin at their neck and exert mega pressure to get it in, and I'm always afraid it's going to poke through and vaccinate me for feline leukemia or whatever the hell I'm shooting them with. But crap it pisses me off that I didn't get the kitties' distemper or west nile for the horses. The two things that are most likely to kill them. Except for parvo...I think cats get parvo. The dog's okay for it..I vaccinated her for it, and she's older and been vaccinated for it before, so is really unlikely to pick it up. Though you never know when you're traveling what they can pick up. You may feel pity for me now. I'm pitying myself, but I don't feel it's adequate.