which will be staffed by volunteers from the city.
Vaccinations for dogs will include rabies shots for $6 each and
the six-in-one inoculation for $14.
A bordetella vaccination will also be offered for $11. For cats,
the rabbies vaccination will also be $6 and the four-in-one shots
will be $14 each. Cats must be brought in a closed container, and all
dogs must be on leashes.
The rabies vaccinations are good for one year after the first
inoculation, and for three years on subsequent vaccinations.
The rest of the shots are required annually.
"Pet owners could pay a little more than what we charge at their
vet's office, plus an office visit charge," said Steve Rodriguez,
license investigator for the city. "It is important to have regular
vet visits, but this event allows people to bypass the office visit,
saving them quite a bit. Our veterinarians can also answer some of
their questions while they are here."
The city will also offer dog licensing information during the
clinics. The city requires all dogs to be licensed, while cats can be
licensed on a volunteer basis.
For more information, call the city clerk's office at (818)