During these tough economic times, MCACC wants to take some of the strain off keeping your pets healthy. MCACC’s Uno por Uno program will be holding a FREE Rabies Vaccination Clinic for your dogs and cats on November 20th! The clinic will be held at the MCACC West Shelter in Phoenix from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Dogs must be on a leash less than 6 feet in length and cats need to be in carriers (1 cat per carrier). Animals must be brought in the legal owner, age 18+. Licenses available, $17 for sterilized dogs, $42 for unsterilized dogs. Pregnant females will not vaccinated.
Space is limited - First come first served.
Limited to the first 150 pet Owners
It is important to vaccinate your pet against rabies. Rabies, an infectious viral disease, affects the nervous system of humans and other mammals. It is almost always fatal once symptoms appear. Rabies can be eliminated by maintaining current rabies vaccinations for your pets, public education, and seeking appropriate medical care for you or your pet, if bitten.
Rabies prevention starts with the animal owner. Protect yourself, your pet and your community by taking animals to be vaccinated. Avoid stray animals and wildlife. If you are bitten, wash bite wounds with soap and water and seek medical attention immediately. If your pet is bitten, consult your veterinarian immediately. Prompt and appropriate treatment after being bitten and before the disease develops can stop rabies infection and/or prevent the disease in humans and animals.
MCACS West Shelter
2500 S. 27th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Wednesday, November 20th
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Only cash or check accepted!
MCACC now offers canine 4-in-1 vaccines for $23 and Feline 3-in-1 vaccines for $27 at the vaccination clinics as well. What’s more, your pet will receive a basic wellness exam with the purchase of one of these vaccines.
For more information on the program, or where we’ll be next, please visit www.pets.maricopa.gov or call (602) 506-7387. Clinics are held rain or shine; however, MCACC reserves the right to cancel or limit the clinic duration in the event of severe weather.