All Broward County residents can bring their pets to the Rabies Clinic this Saturday in Oakland Park.
The Animal Care and Adoption will host the clinic on March 7th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., where pet owners will be able to have their dog or cat vaccinated against rabies and receive a Broward County Rabies Registration tag.
The cost for a one-year rabies vaccination and Broward County Rabies Registration tag will be:
- $25 for dogs and cats that are spayed/neutered (sterilized)
- -$35 for pets that are not spayed/neutered (not sterilized)
Microchips will also be available for $15.
Debit or credit cards are preferred, but cash will also be accepted. You must be a Broward County resident to attend. All dogs must be on leashes and all cats in carriers.
The event will be held at Easterlin Park, 1000 NW 38th Street, Oakland Park.
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