PALMDALE – The city of Palmdale and Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control are partnering to present a low cost vaccination, microchip and licensing clinic.
The clinic will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at Poncitlán Square (28300 block of 9th St. East between Ave Q-9 and Ave. Q-10) in Palmdale.
Vaccines will be available for pets, including:
- Rabies for $10;
- DHLPP for $15;
- Bordetella for $15;
- Roundworm for $5;
- Tapeworm for $15; and
- FVRCP for $15.
- AVID Microchips with lifetime registrations will be available for $15.
“In the city of Palmdale, all dogs and cats over the age of four months are required to be licensed and vaccinated,” stated Crime Prevention Officer Kery German. “This low cost clinic makes this easy and affordable.”
“Microchipping is one of the most effective ways possible to help lost pets reunite with their owners” German stated.
German also encourages all owners to have their pets spayed or neutered.
“Our shelters and rescues are overwhelmed with animals that need homes, and unfortunately many will never find one,” she said.
Some online resources regarding vaccinations, microchips and spaying/neutering that pet owners may find useful include:
For more information, 661/267-5170.