Almost 100 animals obtain rabies vaccine and microchips
This spring, the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) continued its efforts to supply low-cost and accessible pet wellness providers, and just lately held two rabies vaccine and microchip clinics in two cities that ARL proudly calls residence.
ARL just lately partnered with the City of Dedham and Dedham Animal Management to host a rabies vaccine and microchip clinic exterior of ARL’s new multi-use constructing, positioned on ARL’s historic Dedham campus.
ARL’s Wellness Waggin’ offered the state-mandated vaccine for canines, cats, and ferrets for practically 60 pets, and the clinic was free for Dedham residents, $10 for the rabies vaccine and $10 for a microchip for non-residents.
Purchasers lining up for the Dedham clinic.
Able to check-in shoppers.
One other glad buyer!
ARL’s Wellness Waggin’ on-site for the Brewster clinic.
A deal with for being so courageous!
On the point of obtain the rabies vaccine.
Dedham Animal Management was additionally in a position to present on-site canine licenses for canine house owners as nicely!
The Dedham clinic has been an annual custom for various years, and ARL thanks the city and animal management for his or her collaboration on this essential occasion!
In late April, the City of Brewster, residence to ARL’s Cape Cod Animal Care and Adoption Middle, held it’s annual Brewster in Bloom Pageant, with ARL holding its rabies vaccine and microchip clinic at the side of the weekend-long occasion.
ARL’s Wellness Waggin’ was on-site at Brewster’s Lemon Tree Village Retailers, offering vaccines and microchips for practically 50 pets.
A Neighborhood Connection
Whereas these rabies vaccine and microchip clinics present a necessary service for pets, it’s additionally a possibility for pet house owners to get to know ARL a little bit higher and be taught what different providers could also be obtainable for residents within the communities ARL proudly serves.
With the Dedham and Brewster rabies vaccine and microchip clinics full, ARL now turns to imminent occasions in Boston.
Beginning in September, ARL will be part of Boston Animal Management for 2 rabies vaccine and microchip clinics – the primary taking place on September 27 at ARL’s Boston Animal Care and Adoption Middle, and the second happening in October in Dorchester.
Keep tuned for extra particulars!