HSWC holds Spring Rabies and Microchip Clinic

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The Humane Society of Warren County is hosting their Spring Rabies and Microchip clinic today from 10 am to 2 pm at the Linda R. Lorber Campus.

Thanks to a generous donor, rabies vaccines are available by paying whatever you can afford.

If you would like the 3 year rabies vaccine, you must have a rabies certificate from a previous vaccine.

Microchipping services will also be available for $30.

There is no registration required but expect longer wait times before noon as the clinic is first come, first serve.

Please keep all dogs on a leash and cats in a carrier at the clinic.

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Rabies and Vaccine Clinic

Today from 10 am – 2 pm, Dakota’s Dream Animal Rescue and Veterinary Community Outreach are holding a rabies and vaccination clinic at Jim Barnett Park.

This is a great opportunity to take care of your furry friend at a greatly reduced cost.

Rabies Vaccines at $10, Microchipping for $20, a wellness package for rabies, distemper and deworming for $25, and nail trimmings by a donation to the Fast and the Furriest.

You can find out more information and reserve your spot through a link found at Dakota’s Dream Animal Rescue’s Facebook page.

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