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Clinic Information

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING LOW- COST PET VACCINATION CLINICS

Spring and Summer

The Department of Animal Care and Control holds low cost vaccination and microchip clinics throughout the community, mainly during the Spring and Summer months. There is some important information you should know BEFORE you decide to attend one of these clinics.

Clinics are currently held for cats and dogs.

Vaccinations will only be administered if:

  • Dogs are on leashes strong enough to control them.
  • Pet owners are adults who can safely control their pet, including holding their pet during the administration of the vaccination.

Pet owners wishing to renew their pet licenses at a vaccination clinic must:

  • Bring their renewal notice with them.
  • Bring a seperate checks to pay for the vaccinations and the license renewal.

Cost for vaccinations at a low-cost clinic are as follows:

$10  : Rabies Vaccination (available to dogs 3 months of age and older)

$14 : DHLPP 6-in-1 (available to dogs 8 weeks of age and older)

$15 : Bordetella (available to dogs 8 weeks of age and older)