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Date: August 19, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dog License Amnesty and Rabies Clinic this Saturday in Ukiah
Do you need to renew your dog’s license? Is your cat and/or dog behind on their rabies vaccine? Well here is your chance to get all caught up with the dog license amnesty program and rabies clinic scheduled for Saturday, August 22.
The amnesty program will waive late fees and past license fees. This offer is only valid for dog owners who do not have any outstanding citations for failing to license their dog or their dog is not currently impounded at the shelter. Prior to a dog being licensed you must provide proof of a current rabies vaccination. You can take advantage of one stop shopping to bring your dog up to date with a vaccination and a license.
The rabies clinic will be held at the Animal Care Services Shelter at 298 Plant Road in Ukiah from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and the cost per rabies shot is $6.00. Cats may also receive their rabies shot the same day and time. It is best to bring your cat in a pet carrier. It is equally important to vaccinate your pet cats. They are often overlooked.
The amnesty program will take place on the same day from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the same location. Payment for both the vaccine and the amnesty license program may be made in cash or check.
Don’t forget you can take care of your annual license services on-line by visiting http://www.co.mendocino.ca.us/hhsa/chs/animal/ or you may contact HHSA Animal Care Services at 707-463-4427 for further information on the Dog License Amnesty program or the Rabies Clinic.