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Animal Services to Host Low-Cost Clinic to Fight Parvo, Distemper

The Department of Animal Services wants to help combat disease by sponsoring its eighth low cost microchip, rabies and parvo/distemper vaccine, and licensing clinic of the year scheduled for this Saturday, November 19.

The event will be held from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Animal Services Shelter located at 5001 Fred Wilson Avenue.

For this event only, Animal Services will offer all four services (microchip, rabies vaccine, parvo/distemper vaccine, and license) for only $24. City code requires that all pets be licensed, vaccinated, and microchipped.

The services will be available on a first come, first served basis; the first 150 animals will be served. Exact cash or check only. For the event, dogs should be on a leash and owners need to have their cats contained.

Pet owners are asked to arrive early to avoid extended wait times; it is anticipated that some residents will begin to form a line prior to the 6 a.m. start time.

For more information, visit Animal Services’ webpage or contact them at (915) 212-PAWS.

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