ARF to host second low cost rabies vaccination clinic of the year this Thursday
Posted on 12/6/2017 7:50:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- A local group hopes to end the year by protecting even more dogs and cats. The Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) will be hosting a rabies shot clinic this Thursday at Seguin's Max Starcke Park.
 
ARF President Colleen Supulver, says the group is thankful to be hosting its second event of the year.
 
"After the last one, we had people like when is your next one? A whole year? So, it's like we're trying to accommodate the community who just really do not have money to go pay for vet care and just to get a rabies shot to comply with the law," said Supulver.
 
Supulver says 125 doses are available and will be administered on a first come, first served basis and until vaccines run out.
 
"It's Seguin residents only. They can be in the county as long as it's a Seguin address. It's first come, first serve. When we run out, we run out. They go in their cars, they pull up, it's $10 per vaccine. They're given the rabies tag which makes them compliant. If they're within the city limits, I suggest they go to animal services and get the registration done for their animals this way everything is on the up and up," said Supulver.
 
The rabies clinic begins at 9 a.m. Thursday in the east pavilion of the park. The clinic will end at 11 a.m. or until supplies run out. Cost is $10 per animal. Cash or checks will be accepted.
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