Community Vaccine Clinic Set For Feb. 22

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

A Community Vaccine Clinic will be hosted by the Humane Educational Society on Saturday, Feb. 22.

The event will be held at John A. Patten Community Center, 3202 Kelly's Ferry Road in Lookout Valley from 4:30-6:30 p.m. 

The public is invited to bring pets in for vaccines or the following medical care:

Rabies vaccine $10
Pet license $5-$10 (learn more about pet licenses:  https://www.heschatt.org/programs-services/licenses/
Canine DAPPv vaccine $10
Canine Bordetella vaccine $10
Canine heartworm test $25
Feline 1-HCP vaccine $10
Dewormer $5
Nail trim $5
Ear cleaning $5
Microchip $25

All dogs must be on a leash and all cats must be in a carrier. 

The clinic will be first come, first served, no appointments necessary. 

 


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