Free microchipping and low-cost vaccination clinic for pets
Clinic is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015.

Media Release
For Immediate Release

Contact: Amy Ventetuolo

Reno, Nevada. Sept. 23, 2015. Washoe County Regional Animal Services is holding a low-cost vaccination and licensing clinic at the Scolari’s in Sun Valley to provide free microchips, low-cost vaccinations and licenses for pets.

WHAT: Free microchip, low-cost vaccination and licensing clinic hosted by Washoe County Regional Animal Services

WHEN: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015

WHERE: Scolari’s parking lot, 5430 Sun Valley Blvd, Sun Valley Nevada

CONTACT: Regional Animal Services: (775) 353-8900

The Parvo virus is deadly in our pet population. By offering a low-cost alternative to pet owners, Regional Animal Services can help to reduce disease in our pet population. This clinic is designed to provide necessary resources to citizens and assess the health of our pet population.  

Regional Animal Services will be providing dog and cat vaccinations to the Sun Valley community for $10 per vaccination.

Additionally, a license will be issued with each rabies vaccination. Licenses are $8 for a spayed or neutered dog and $20 for those that are not.

Free microchips will also be offered which helps to identify your pet and provide proof of ownership.

“Animal Services is committed to the welfare of our community as well as the animals that play such an important role in our lives,” said Animal Services Director Shyanne Schull.

For additional information, contact Washoe County Regional Animal Services Manager Bobby Smith 775-353-8945.


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