Rabies clinic set for Saturday in San Luis
Residents of San Luis, Ariz., can get their pets vaccinated Saturday during a rabies clinic that the Humane Society of Yuma will hold in the city.
The HSOY will offer vaccinations against rabies, parvo and distemper; will renew dog and cat licenses; and will perform a limited number of spay and neuter operations for pet owners who have made appointments for the surgeries.
The clinic will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the San Luis Police Department, 1030 E. Union St.
Pet owners will be charged $18 for a rabies vaccination, $15 for a DA2PPCVK vaccine that protects against parvo and distemper, $10 for a bordetella vaccination, $20 for a microchip, $13 for a license for a spayed or neutered pet, $25 for a non-altered pet and $10 for a cat license.
The public should bring the pets' vaccination records to the clinic.
State law requires dog owners to license their animals. Licenses are issued only after the animals have been vaccinated against rabies.
Those who want to have their pets spayed or neutered at the clinic should make an appointment by calling (928) 247-9115.