Buffalo Rabies/License/Chip Clinic 'Best One Yet'

Andy Bray, left, brings one of his pets to the rabies clinic in Buffalo Saturday. Olin Turner gets the paperwork started.
Andy Bray, left, brings one of his pets to the rabies clinic in Buffalo Saturday. Olin Turner gets the paperwork started.

The biennial Buffalo Rabies Clinic was put on by the St. Francis Animal Shelter this past weekend, along with the help of a number of volunteers and the expertise of the BigHorn Veterinary Hospital and the Buffalo Veterinary Clinic.
The clinic, held at the Buffalo Fire Hall, gives those in and around the community a chance (for a reduced price) to vaccinate their pets, microchip them, and to get their city-required licenses and tags.
Olin Turner, Director of the St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo, said the clinic, as always, was a great success.
Dogs and cats could receive their rabies vaccinations for $10 each, and get city license/tags for $5 for a spayed/neutered animal or $20 for unaltered ones, and microchips were also available for $10 per animal.
The next clinic will be in January of 2014.

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