Bakersfield to offer low-cost vaccinations this Saturday

Bakersfield to offer low-cost vaccinations this Saturday

The city of Bakersfield Animal Control Division would like to invite the community to a low cost vaccination, licensing and microchip clinic for dogs living within the city limits.

The clinic will be from 9 a.m. to noon at Jefferson Park at 801 Bernard St. May 6.

Vaccinations offered: Rabies, DAPP and Bordetella.

Rabies vaccines can be given to puppies as young as 3 months of age as well as adult dogs. A dog license must be purchased in conjunction with the rabies vaccine.

The DAPP vaccines are for puppies needing to begin their vaccination series or adult dogs needing booster shots.

The Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccine is usually required for admittance into boarding and grooming facilities.

The vaccines are offered at a reduced cost; however, all licensing fees are regular price. Microchips will be offered free to all city licensed dogs.

For more information and pricing, please contact the City of Bakersfield Animal Control

Division at 661-326-3436 or visit us on the web at:

http://www.bakersfieldcity.us/gov/depts/bakersfield_animal_care_center/clinics.htm

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