The second in the City of Fredericksburg’s 2014 back-to-back pet rabies vaccination clinics is planned this Saturday, Feb. 1, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Pet owners are welcome to bring their furry friends to the clinic set up in the City of Fredericksburg Consolidated Warehouse, 233 Friendship Lane (behind Fredericksburg High School’s campus.)
Administering the vaccines will either local veterinarian Dr. Daniel Fritz of the Gillespie Animal Center or Dr. Curtis Eckhardt of the Fredericksburg Veterinary Hospital. Both have sacrificed a portion of their normal proceeds so that local citizens can protect their pets.
Rabies shots will cost $7 per dog or cat.
Other inoculations to protect four-legged family members against such things as rattlesnake venom, kennel cough, lyme disease, leukemia and other conditions/diseases will be available at the same time as a matter of convenience for pet owners.
Pet microchips will also be available for $10.