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Susanville Police Holding Low-Cost Rabies License Clinic June 5th

The Susanville Police Department and the Lassen County Animal Shelter are inviting you to bring your pet to their annual low-cost Rabies and license clinic Saturday, June 5th, in Memorial Park.

Local veterinarians Dr. Nelson and Dr. Taylor will be on hand to help you keep your dogs and cats healthy and vaccinated.

City licenses are $3.50 for altered pets, $8 for unaltered and for County licenses the cost is $5 for altered pets and $15 for unaltered.

Rabies vaccinations for both city and county dogs will be $8.

There will also be training demonstrations by SitSpot Dog Training and sled dog rides from R&R Huskies.

Why does your dog need to be licensed? Animal licensing assists the police department and county animal control personnel in identifying the owner of a stray or runaway animal. A dog that is licensed and wearing their identification tags can be returned to the owner quicker and avoid being taken to the animal shelter.

Make sure when you visit the event that your dog is on a leash and cats must be in pet carriers. If you are just coming for the license you must bring a current rabies vaccination certificate.

The Clinic will be held at Memorial Park from 10a.m. to 2:00p.m. Saturday, June 5th

For more information regarding the Low Cost Rabies and Licensing Clinic, please contact the Susanville Police Department at 257-5603, or the Lassen Animal Shelter at 257-9200.

Jeremy Couso
Jeremy Couso
SusanvilleStuff.com Publisher/Editor
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