Friday, March 11, 2011

Give your pet his shots!

Orange County Animal Services Center will hold its second low-cost rabies vaccination clinic of the year on March 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the shelter.
The vaccination fee is $10. Dogs must be on leashes, and cats must be in individual carriers. Animals that may be nervous or unsettled should be kept inside a vehicle for their vaccination.

North Carolina law requires that all dogs, cats and ferrets over the age of 4 months must be vaccinated against rabies.

See the March 16 edition of the News of Orange for more details.

Picture! Andi Morgan of OCASC holds one of the center's newest boarders, a labrador retriever mix puppy. Since there were no vaccinations happening that day, I decided to give some of their cute animals some publicity instead!

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