The Utah Veterinarian Medical Association will again offer low-cost rabies vaccinations for cats and dogs at its annual clinic Feb. 23, 1-3 p.m., at various locations throughout the state. Cost is $6.
Animal control staff will be available at most of the clinics to license dogs six months of age or older. Pet owners should bring sterilization certificates along in order to take advantage of lower licensing fees for spayed and neutered dogs.All dogs must be on a leash or in a carrier and all cats must be in a carrier or confined in a box with a lid on it.
Locations for clinics along the Wasatch Front are as follows:
Bountiful City Hall: 790 S. 100 East
Northwest Multi-Purpose Center: 1300 W. 300 North, Salt Lake City
North Salt Lake Fire Station: 20 S. Highway 89, North Salt Lake
Sugarhouse Fire Station: 1085 Simpson Ave, Salt Lake City
Sunnyside Armory: 1523 Sunnyside Ave., Salt Lake City
West Jordan Fire Station: 7839 S. 2700 West, West Jordan
Harmony Park: 3500 S. Main, Salt Lake City
West Valley Animal Control: 4063 S. 7200 West
Sandy Parks and Recreation: 1220 E. 9400 South, Sandy
Murray Animal Shelter: 5624 S. 300 West
Riverton City Fire Dept.: 13002 S. 2700 West
Southridge Park: 5051 S. 4015 West, Kearns
For more information contact your veterinarian or Salt Lake County Animal Services.
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