Low Cost Vaccine & Microchipping Clinic
This year's clinic will be held from 12 to 4 pm at Saint Stephen's Episcopal Cathedral and School, 221 N. Front Street.* Dr. Jennifer Todd and Dr. Lindsey Knouse from Lambs Gap Animal Hospital are generously donating their time and talent for this clinic.
Rabies and distemper vaccines will be $10 each, and microchipping will be $25, which includes the registration fee. A 3-year Rabies vaccine will be given only if the pet owner brings a Rabies certificate evidencing that the pet has been vaccinated for Rabies within a year of September 24, 2017.
Frontline will be available for purchase at $5 per dose.
Cash only. No checks will be accepted. Credit cards will be accepted but there will be an additional $1 added per service.
*Animals are wonderful and loving creatures of God. Many Episcopal churches offer blessings to animals in honor of St. Francis, the patron saint of animals. These blessings invoke the power and protection of the Almighty for the sake of the well-being of a creature.
From 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, September 24, the Rev. Amy D. Welin from St. Stephen's Cathedral (Harrisburg) and the Rev. Greg Welin from Mount Calvary Church (Camp Hill) will be happy to give a blessing to your animal companions in the Bishop's Garden of the Cathedral, 221 N. Front Street.