Ann Arbor, Mich. – Just like their owners, pets need vaccines to fight colds, flu and other illnesses that can send them to the vet’s office.
Humane Society of Huron Valley Mondays 10am-4pm at Hickory Way Apartments, 1120 S. Maple Rd. I will be hosting a free pet vaccination clinic.
Vaccines will be offered to dogs and cats on a first-come, first-served basis to members of the Washtenaw County community who are eligible.
Residents need to meet one of these criteria:
To be considered senior.
Facing housing insecurity.
Eligible for low-income services.
There are serious financial problems.
are residents of Avalon Housing.
Dogs should not be sick and unable to retreat. Cats must be in carriers or cages.
Organizers said those who are able to should try to bring a list of vaccines their pets already have.
HSHV vaccines for dogs and cats will include 1- or 3-year rabies shots and distemper shots, which cover a handful of common pet viruses. Microchips 24PetWatch Microchip ID will also be available.
Pre-registration for the event is closed but walk-ins are welcome, according to the event page.
The event is presented by Avalon Housing and funded by the Bohr Family and the Benfield Foundation.
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