Free Pet Vaccination & Microchip Clinic in Abilene on April 23rd
'All Kind' Animal Initiative and the City of Abilene Animal Services are hosting a free pet (cats and dogs) vaccination and microchip clinic soon, so don't miss out.
Most of us have gone through the stress and anxiety of a missing pet, be it just a few hours, days, or even weeks and months. You feel helpless. You're scared your pet will never come home.
Well, fortunately, there's a chance to get your pet microchipped, and vaccinated, for free. That way, the next time Fido goes missing, you'll have an easier time finding him/her.
When is the free vaccination and microchip clinic?
All Kind Animal Initiative is partnering with City of Abilene Animal Services to offer a free vaccine and microchip clinic on Saturday, April 23, 2022 at the Swenson House from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. [City of Abilene]
Where will this clinic take place?
This clinic will take place at the Swenson House, at 1726 Swenson Street, in Abilene. The free vaccines and microchips are all done on a first-come, first-served basis, so make sure you get there early.
You can also pre-register, for this event, at allkindabilene.org. Preregistering is suggested, but not required.
What is being offered at this clinic?
- FREE DAPPv vaccines for dogs
- FREE HCP vaccines for cats
- FREE microchips courtesy of Abilene Animal Services
- Low-Cost rabies vaccines for $20 from Frontier Vet Express
- Free training tips and information courtesy of Black Collar K9 Academy
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