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A microchip and vaccination clinic is set from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Noah?s Ark Animal Foundation.
The clinic is open to the public.
Micro-chipping by a licensed veterinarian is $25, which includes free registration of the chip. Rabies vaccinations, as well as yearly vaccinations for both dogs (DA2PP, Bordatella) and cats (FVRCP), are offered for $15 each.
Dog toenail trims are offered for $15, and cat toenail trims are offered for $10.
No appointment is necessary.
All dogs should be on leashes, and all cats should be in carriers.
All proceeds benefit the animals and programs of Noah?s Ark Animal Foundation.