Fairfield Ledger

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Vaccine, microchip clinic set Saturday

Fairfield city dog licenses will be available at the clinic.
Jan 13, 2014

Noah’s Ark Animal Foundation is hosting a low-cost microchip and vaccination clinic from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at its facility.

The clinic is open to the public.

The clinic is offering rabies vaccinations, as well as yearly vaccinations for both dogs (DA2PP, Bordatella) and cats (FVRCP) for $15 each.

The clinic also is offering micro-chipping by a licensed veterinarian for $25, which includes free registration of the chip.

Also during the clinic, Fairfield city dog licenses will be available with proof of a current rabies certificate.

Dog owners in Fairfield must register their pets each year Jan. 1 through June 30 at Fairfield City Hall.

The licensing fee is $10 for spayed and neutered dogs and $50 for nonspayed and non-neutered dogs. Any dog licensed after June 30 will be charged an additional $1 per month.

Dogs younger than 6 months do not have to be registered.

Residents registering their dogs at city hall must bring a current rabies certificate.

All proceeds of the vaccination and microchip clinic benefit the animals and programs of Noah’s Ark Animal Foundation. The foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, charitable, nonprofit organization.

Noah’s Ark Animal Foundation is a no-kill shelter with a mission to rescue, protect and find homes for stray and neglected dogs and cats.


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