Humane Animal Partners will host a low-cost vaccination clinic open to the public from 10 am to 12 pm, Saturday, Oct. 1, at its Rehoboth Beach Adoption Center in the Midway Shopping Center, 18675 Coastal Highway, Suite 8, Rehoboth Beach.
The clinic will offer pet health services such as low-cost vaccinations, microchipping and more.
Sussex County pet owners can receive the following services and products for their cats and dogs at the clinic: Rabies and distemper vaccinations, $20 each; bordetella vaccinations (dogs only), $20 each; microchips, permanent identification for pet/owner reunion, $25 each; general dewormer (two doses with second to be sent home for pet owner to administer at a later date), $5; state dog licenses, cost varies, payment accepted separately. For licensing details, go to delawarehumane.org/dog-licensing.
Humane Animal Partners asks for one customer per patient. Clinics are first-come, first-served. Cash and debit/credit cards are the preferred forms of payment. Cats must be in hard plastic or cardboard carriers, and dogs must be wearing a collar and non-retractable leash. A pet’s most recent previous rabies certificate with veterinarian’s signature or stamp must be presented to receive a 3-year rabies vaccination. For more, call HAP’s Rehoboth Beach Adoption Center at 302-200-7159.
To learn more about HAP vaccination clinics, go to delawarehumane.org/services/vaccination-clinics. HAP’s new website will launch later this fall at humaneanimalpartners.org. Until then, community members can go to delawarehumane.org and delspca.org to browse adoptable animals, and learn about services offered, volunteering, events and more.
Formerly known as Delaware Humane Association and Delaware SPCA, Humane Animal Partners is committed to connecting people with animals, building strong relationships to better the community, and preventing cruelty to animals.