Houston (KY) –Houston pet seat is a local non-profit organization working to end Houston’s homeless animal crisis. That’s why it’s offering free services to the community tomorrow, February 3, 2024, from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. for any pet owners who want to have their dogs and cats microchipped or vaccinated.
The ceremony will take place Sunnyside Multi-Service Centre at 4410 Reed Road. Houston Pet Set staff will provide microchips, rabies and other vaccines through Petco Love. Pet owners can bring up to five animals that can be safely controlled around other animals on a leash or in a carrier.
The City of Houston Municipal Code requires the owner or any person in possession of a dog or cat four months of age or older to have their pet registered and microchipped and vaccinated against rabies each year. need of You can read more on the code. Here.
“Microchipping and vaccinations are not just legal requirements, but important steps to ensure the safety and happiness of our pets. Microchips provide a lifeline, helping us reunite lost pets with their families. while vaccines protect them from preventable diseases. By taking these simple but effective steps, we can collectively work to create a community where every animal is nurtured, protected and loved. should be given a chance at a home,” commented Tama Lundqvist, co-president of the Houston Pet Seat and animal advocate.
Vaccines and microchips will be distributed by appointment only, so to sign up, Visit this link to register your pet.