Multiple pets? Fostering animals or rescuing strays? Poor economy depriving your pets of their vaccinations? Here's a low-cost opportunity to get your dogs and cats up to date on their necessary vaccinations.
The Washington Area Humane Society is sponsoring a Rabies Clinic on Sunday, April 26 from 1 pm to 3pm. The clinic will be held at the Humane Society on Route 136 in Eighty-four.
Pennsylvania State law requires all cats and dogs 3 months and older to be vaccinated against rabies. We cannot vaccinate pregnant or nursing mothers.
All dogs must be on a leash and cats must be in carriers. As the vaccinations are given in the parking lot, there is always the chance that a cat that is not in a carrier could escape from the owner. Cardboard carriers can be purchased at the Clinic for $5.00.
During the Clinic, dogs can also receive their DHLPP vaccination and cats can receive their FVRCP vaccination. Microchipping is available for $20.
Any questions about the clinic should be directed to our staff at[masked]-PETS Sunday through Saturday from 12pm - 5pm.
We hope to see you on April 26th. Proceeds from the Rabies clinic will help us care for the many orphaned dogs and cats that are in our care.