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Low-cost drive-thru pet vaccination clinic

February 17

$20 – $25

The Friends of the Animals will hold a low-cost drive-thru vaccination and chip clinic for dogs and cats on Saturday, Feb. 17, according to a news release.

The clinic is by appointment only. Interested attendees can book appointments online at www.calendly.com/fotas. The location of the event will be provided when attendees complete the registration.

Cats must arrive in secure carriers, with one cat per carrier, and dogs must wear a collar and be leashed at all times. Pets who are ill, on antibiotics, in heat, or on cortisone products cannot be vaccinated.

Vaccines are $20 per pet. The rabies vaccine and the vaccine for distemper, adenovirus type 2, parainfluenza, and the parvovirus are available for dogs. The FVRCP vaccine is available for cats, which covers feline distemper, rhinotracheitis, and the calici virus. Microchipping is available at $25 per pet.

Cash and card payments will be accepted.

Visit fotas.org/clinics for more information.

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Date:
February 17
Cost:
$20 – $25
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Website:
www.calendly.com/fotas

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