Henrico rabies clinic set for Aug. 6
Citizen Staff Reports 08/02/11
The Henrico County Division of Police will hold a rabies clinic on Saturday, Aug. 6, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at gate four of Richmond International Raceway.
Shots cost $8, cash only, and include a rabies tag and certificate of inoculation. Cats must be held in pet carriers. Dog owners may purchase a 2011 license for $10 with proof of rabies inoculation.
Lt. Shawn Sears, supervisor of Henrico Police’s Animal Protection unit, encourages residents to vaccinate their pets.
“(Vaccination) will ensure the safety of our residents’ pets and will help protect the community as well,” Sears said.
Cats and dogs ages 4 months and older are required to be vaccinated for rabies. Contact Animal Protection at 727-8800 for more information.
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