Vaccination and animal control programs have helped to prevent rabies in most pets.
• It is important to keep your dog or cat up-to-date on rabies vaccinations.
• Cats and dogs that spend time outdoors may have more risk of coming into contact with a rabid wild animal.
• It is important to also vaccinate pets that stay indoors. In the United States, there have been more cases of rabies in cats than in dogs in recent years. Therefore, rabies vaccination is especially important for cats.
• See your veterinarian for more information on rabies vaccination.
• Take your pets to state/municipal-sponsored rabies clinics.
ASSOCIATED HUMANE SOCIETIES’ MOBILE CLINIC
LOW COST WELLNESS CLINIC
ON: FRIDAY JUNE 6th 2014 FROM 9:00 TO 4:00
AT: MOUNTAINSIDE BOROUGH PARKING LOT
1385 Route 22 (corner of New Providence Rd)
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
VACCINES-$15.00 MICROCHIPS-$20.00 HEARTWORM TEST $20.
WE ALSO TAKE APPOINTMENTS FOR LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER
CALL FOR DETAILS – M-F 8:30-5:00 PM (973) 824-7080