RABIES CLINIC SET JAN. 19

 SAVANNAH, GA (December 6, 2012) The Animal Control Unit of the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department will hold its first Rabies Clinic of 2013 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013. Inoculations will be available for $6 each.

Animal Control officers will be on hand to help handle the cats and dogs at the Animal Control Center at 7211Sallie Mood Drive, behind the Humane Society.

Also, this clinic will offer micro chipping for $20 and Chatham County Tag Registration will be on hand for animal tag/ pet registration . During the clinic, the center will also be open for pet adoption.

All dogs brought to the clinic must be leashed or kenneled and those prone to biting must be muzzled. Cats must be brought in carriers.

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One Response to RABIES CLINIC SET JAN. 19

  1. In the US, animal control and vaccination programs have effectively eliminated domestic dogs as reservoirs of rabies.

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