The Buffalo Rabies Clinic was put on this past Saturday and turnout was steady throughout the day and better than expected, according to Buffalo Animal Control Officer Karen Kimutis.
Speaking with her about halfway through the clinic, she was pleased with the turnout.
The event, held every two years, gives pet owners a break on vaccinating their pets and also offers discounted city tags when necessary, saving pet owners money as they protect their pets and make them legal within the city.
Rabies vaccinations were just $10 each and city tags were also $10 each for spayed/neutered dogs, $20 for unaltered dogs. If you missed rabies clinic, you can still schedule an appointment with your vet to get the vaccinations, tags, and whatever else, just at regular cost.
For more information on city ordinances concerning pets, for specific questions, or for pictures from this weekend's clinic, go to the end of this story at sheridanmedia.com