The Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance (CPAA) will host a vaccine and microchip clinic for pets owned by Harrisburg City residents from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 29, at the Uptown Bingo Hall, 2926 N. 7th St., Harrisburg.
Registration for the first-come, first-served clinic begins at 11:30 a.m. Vaccinations will be free for already spayed or neutered (fixed) cats and dogs. For dogs and cats not already spayed or neutered (fixed), vaccinations will be $5 each.
Rabies, distemper and bordetella (kennel cough) vaccines will be offered. To receive a three-year rabies vaccination, you must bring proof (rabies certificate) of up-to-date rabies vaccines. De-wormer and flea prevention will be available for a donation. Home Again microchipping is available for $15, which includes registration.
All payments must be made in cash ONLY.
All dogs should be on a short leash (no chains, please) and cats in a secure pet carrier. Aggressive dogs should come muzzled. Animals that are ill, pregnant, nursing or those who have had vaccine reactions in the past cannot be vaccinated at this clinic. Vaccines and microchips will be administered by Veterinarian Diane J. Ford, VMD. For additional information, contact Michele at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (717) 576-0899.
For information about CPAA and low-cost spay/neuter and vaccine programs and pet adoptions, please visit www.cpaa.info, www.Facebook.com/CentralPAAnimalAlliance and www.Twitter.com/CPAA3.
CPAA is an all-volunteer, non-profit alliance of individuals and local animal rescues working together to save the lives of dogs and cats through aggressive spay/neuter programs, adoptions, and public outreach and education. To learn more about CPAA, please visit www.Facebook.com/CentralPAAnimalAlliance, www.Twitter.com/CPAA3, www.cpaa.info or email email@example.com.
Contact: Zella Anderson, Director, CPAA
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