Weather Doesn't Affect Rabies Clinic

Saturday's weather didn't discourage people from bringing their dogs and cats to the rabies clinic at Kendrick Park. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Saturday's weather didn't discourage people from bringing their dogs and cats to the rabies clinic at Kendrick Park. (Photo by Pat Blair)

In spite of wet, chilly weather, people and pets flocked to Kendrick Park Saturday for the annual rabies clinic.

Kate Seuer, who's a member of the Sheridan Animal Shelter board of directors, was expecting around 150 dogs and cats by the end of the day Saturday – about the same as were vaccinated Friday.

For some, like Brad Bronson, who brought his boxer mix Sam, the trip to the outdoor clinic is a regular event.

Sheridan veterinarian Dr. Mack Bischoff was in charge of giving the shots. He said the numbers of vaccinations being given were about the same as in previous years.

Sheridan veterinarian Dr. Mack Bischoff administers a rabies shot. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Sheridan veterinarian Dr. Mack Bischoff administers a rabies shot. (Photo by Pat Blair)
People and pets gather to wait their turn for the vaccinations. (Photo by Pat Blair)
People and pets gather to wait their turn for the vaccinations. (Photo by Pat Blair)
SheridanWyoming.com

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