Protect Your Family
- Dogs & Cats Must Be Vaccinated
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
2:00 – 6:00 PM
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
2:00 – 6:00 PM
|Dogs & Cats can be vaccinated at any of the clinic locations listed. Dogs & Cats must be on a leash or in a carrier.
CASH ONLY FEE - $20.00 per animal
- Almonte Veterinary Services, 10 Industrial Dr., ALMONTE
- Mississippi Mills Animal Hospital, 451 Ottawa St., Unit C, ALMONTE
- Carleton Place Veterinary Hospital, 120 Coleman St., CARLETON PLACE
- Valley Veterinary Clinic,
339 Townline Rd. E., CARLETON PLACE
- North Lanark Veterinary Services,
1095 Sheridan Rapids Rd., LANARK
- Mississippi Veterinary Services,
2809 Highway 29 S., PAKENHAM
- Blueberry Creek Veterinary Hospital,
31 Lanark Rd. (Hwy 511), PERTH
- Perth Veterinary Clinic, 118 Sunset Blvd., PERTH
- Lanark Veterinary Clinic,
88D Cornelia St. W., SMITHS FALLS
- Smiths Falls Veterinary Services, 455 Highway 29, SMITHS FALLS
- Campbell Road Veterinary Services,
329 William Campbell Rd., SMITHS FALLS
Leeds & Grenville Counties
- Athens Municipal Works Garage, 44 Elgin St. N., ATHENS
- Gord Watts Municipal Centre,
251 North Augusta Rd., BROCKVILLE
- Public Works Department,
665 Charles St. N., GANANOQUE
- North Grenville Fire Station 1,
259 County Road 44, KEMPTVILLE
- Merrickville Fire Hall, 317 Brock St. W., MERRICKVILLE
- Prescott Works Garage, 950 Sophia St. N., PRESCOTT
Single Day Clinics
The following locations are ONE DAY ONLY:
SEPTEMBER 9, 2015 - 2:00 - 6:00 P.M.
- Rideau Lakes Municipal Office, 1439 County Road 8, CHANTRY
- Westport Fire Hall, 33 Spring St., WESTPORT
SEPTEMBER 16, 2015 - 2:00 - 6:00 P.M.
- Elgin Fire Hall, 32 Halladay St., ELGIN
- Brockville Area - Public Works Garage, 7509 New Dublin Rd., ELIZABETHTOWN-KITLEY
SEPTEMBER 16, 2015 - 4:00 - 6:00 P.M. (NEW TIME)
- Public Works Garage, 5328 Algonquin Rd., AUGUSTA TOWNSHIP
For more information contact us at: 613-345-5685 or 1-800-660-5853
The goal of hosting these clinics is to help provide rabies vaccinations to as many cats and dogs as possible. Prompting this change in date is the celebration of World Rabies Day in September (September 28, 2015).
In addition, at this time of the year hunters are preparing for the hunting season and it is important that their dogs be vaccinated against rabies. While running in the bush, hunting dogs have the potential of interacting with wild life that may have rabies.
It is important that pet cats or dogs remain up-to-date with their rabies vaccination as they too could be at risk of getting rabies. By increasing the vaccination coverage in pets we will help to minimize the potential transmission of rabies to humans.
Rabies is a deadly disease that can be prevented. Did you know that a person dies from Rabies every 10 minutes throughout the world? Help prevent the spread of rabies by vaccinating your pet dog or cat.
See you in September!