The biennial Buffalo Rabies Clinic will be happening this weekend, giving pet owners the opportunity to save some money while protecting their pets and getting them licensed if they live within the city limits.
The clinic will be Saturday from 9am to 3:30pm at the Buffalo City Fire Hall at the corner of Klondike Road and Fort Street.
Local veterinarians Dr. Kurt Walters from Buffalo Veterinary Clinic will run the clinic from 9 to noon and Dr. Kim Taylor from Big Horn Veterinary Hospital will run it from 12:30 to 3:30.
Aside from the obvious savings the clinic provides, Buffalo Animal Control Officer Karen Kimutis explains why pet owners should take advantage of the city's clinic.
Rabies vaccinations for both dogs and cats will be $10 each, and city tags will be available for $10 for spayed/neutered dogs and $20 for unaltered dogs. City tags are good for two years.
St. Francis Animal Shelter will be there, for pet owners to microchip their animals for $10 each, half off the regular price.
All dogs and cats must be on a leash or in a kennel or carrier.
For more information, contact ACO Karen Kimutis at the Buffalo Police Department at 684-5581