Free rabies clinic at SPCA

2017-08-29 06:01
Inspector Petra Abrams and Blue. Photo: Supplied

Inspector Petra Abrams and Blue. Photo: Supplied

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THE Kloof and Highway SPCA will be hosting its annual rabies vaccination clinic on Sunday, 27 August at the Kloof and Highway SPCA, 29 Village Road, from 9am-12.30pm. The clinic will be held at the main reception at the SPCA.

The clinic is a follow-on to the first clinic that was started in June 2012, following the dramatic increase in positive rabies cases at that time.

Brigitte Ferguson, SPCA marketing officer, said the rabies vaccinations need to be done annually to ensure the vaccine remains effective, and thereby not only protects ones four-legged companions but also immediate family and community.

“There will be no charge for the rabies vaccinations, however, donations are most welcome. Owners are advised to bring existing vaccination history if they have it, but vaccination certificates will be provided if they do not. “Please ensure all dogs are on leads and all cats are contained in secure baskets or cat cages when bringing them to the rabies vaccination clinic,” she added.

For more information, contact Ferguson on 031 764 1212/3 or e-mail marketing@kloof - Supplied.


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