VCA Rabies/Microchip/Nail Trim Clinic 2019

April 13, 2019 @ 5:00PM — 6:30PM

CATS MUST BE IN A CARRIER. DOGS MUST BE LEASHED.

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Walk-in registrations on Saturday, April 13, 2019, from 5 to 6:15

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.

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Thank you to everyone who pre-registered for our annual Rabies, Microchip and Nail Trim clinic sponsored by VCA Wakefield Animal Hospital.

You can still take advantage of these once-a-year low-cost services for your pets by registering onsite starting at 5 p.m., Saturday, April 13, 2019.

RABIES VACCINATION:
1-Year Rabies Vaccination: $20
3-Year Rabies Vaccination: $50

Note: Proof of prior rabies vaccination required for the 3-yr vaccination.
Did you know that Massachusetts law requires that all dogs, cats and ferrets be vaccinated for rabies? More than 450 dogs and cats are exposed to rabid animals in Massachusetts each year. So, keep your pets safe and make sure their vaccinations are up to date!

MICROCHIP, INCLUDING REGISTRATION & LOST PET SERVICES: $30
Why microchip your pet? If your lost pet is found, your contact information (that is stored in the microchip database) will help get your pet back to you quickly. While it is still a good idea for even indoor pets to wear a collar and tag, a microchip is much more reliable. Indoor pets can get out by accident, or during a disaster, and a microchip will help to get them back home.

NAIL TRIM: $15
Trimming your pet's nails is an important part of maintaining your pet's health. Nails that are too long are at risk of being torn off, and can even affect your pet's posture. Not only does a quick trim protect you, your pet and your family, it can also save your sofa, curtains, carpeting, clothes, and more.

WANT TO HELP OUR HOMELESS PETS?

While they wait for their forever homes, PAWS pets need their vaccinations, microchips and nail trims, as well as spays or neuters, dentals, medications and other medical care. If you are able to help, please consider an additional donation to help support the medical needs of our local homeless animals.