Vaccinations are an important part of your dogs or cat’s health care routine. By vaccinating your pet, you help protect your family friend from various diseases including rabies, distemper, parvovirus, infectious hepatitis, bordetella, feline leukemia, and others.
Pets, like people, also require an annual visit to the veterinarian and combined with keeping your pet’s vaccinations up-to-date will help keep your family’s beloved mascot safe and healthy.
With that said, the City of Lynwood’s new Public Safety Division is calling on all pet owners in the City to attend the Low-Cost Dog and Cats Vaccination Clinic on Wednesday,February 13, 2018, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the Lynwood Community Center (11301 Bullis Road, Lynwood).
The Clinic will be held on a first-come, first-served basis. Pet owners must be at least 18 years of age to participate, and all pets must be on leashes or in carriers to be treated. Only healthy and non-pregnant animals will be vaccinated. Pet owners are advised to bring their pet’s licensed tag, a license renewal notice, or prior rabies certificates to receive a 3 year rabies vaccine. Otherwise, the vaccine will only be good for 1 year. All veterinary services must be paid in cash or debit/credit card, checks will not be accepted.
Microchipping is also highly recommended and will be available at a cost of $30 per pet. There is a better chance of finding your lost pet if they are microchipped. For more information, pet owners may call the City’s Public Safety Division at (310) 603-0220, Ext. 271.