High Desert Veterinary Service in conjunction with the City of Douglas Police and Animal Control Dept. held a rabies vaccination clinic Saturday, Feb. 23 at the 10th Street Park.
Dr. Michael John and Hector Figuroa examine Warrior, a chow, border collie mix at the Feb. 23 clinic. Warrior is a rescue dog who was once housed at the Douglas Animal Shelter before being adopted by his new owner. Bruce Whetten/Douglas Dispatch
City of Douglas licenses which are required by law were also available for purchase.
An another clinic will be held March 23 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. also at Castro Park.
Rabies vaccination shots for dogs and cats will be offered for $20; $25 for most other annual boosters and $35 for the rabies and distemper combo.
Rabies vaccinations are required by state law and must be given by a licensed veterinarian. By vaccinating pets against rabies the public can protect itself from exposure to this fatal disease.
Call 364-3268 or 417-7567 for more information.