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  • PACC offers free vaccine and microchip clinic for dogs on July 15

    Jul 06, 2017 | Read More News
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    vaccinePima Animal Care Center has partnered with the City of South Tucson to host a free vaccine and microchip clinic for dogs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 15 at the South Tucson Fire Department, 1601 S. 6th Avenue. Pet owners encouraged to bring their dogs to help protect them from Rabies, Parvo and Distemper.

    “Vaccinating your pets is of utmost importance and something that should not be overlooked or postponed,” said Dr. Jennifer Wilcox, PACC director of veterinary services. “Sadly, every year we see many pets who become ill because they didn’t receive their Rabies, Parvo, or Distemper vaccines. By providing this free service to pet owners, we hope to save the lives of many pets.” 

    PACC will administer DHPP vaccinations for dogs on a first come, first served basis beginning at 9 a.m. The clinic will take place inside the fire station. In addition to vaccines, PACC will have a limited supply of microchips available to help pets find their way home, in case they ever get lost or separated from their owners. 

    Pet owners can bring their pets for one or both services. Due to limited supplies of vaccines and microchips, PACC encourages owners to arrive early. 

    The vaccines were funded by donations to the Friends of Pima Animal Care Center. For more information on this event or other services offered by PACC, visit PACC’s website

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