Leeds-Grenville residents will have a chance this September to protect their pets against rabies.
The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit has announced several “low cost” rabies vaccine clinics coming to the region on September 14th.
“The goal of hosting these clinics is to help provide rabies vaccinations to as many cats and dogs as possible,” says Health Unit Communications Coordinator Susan Healey. “Keeping your pets’ rabies immunization current protects your pet and your family from this disease.”
16 clinics are running in total, including one at the Ferguson Tree Nursery in Kemptville and another in Merrickville.
Vaccines will cost $20 per animal. You can find a full list of locations and their operating hours on the Health Unit website.