Microchip and vaccination clinic at QCCA Expo Center


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Posted Online: Sept. 04, 2013, 11:40 am
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Press release submitted by Rock Island County Animal Care & Control


SUBJECT: MICROCHIP/VACCINATION CLINIC
WHERE: QCCA Expo Center
Rock Island, Illinois
WHEN: September 7, 2013
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

QC PAWS is donating $5000.00 toward free rabies shots and microchips for dogs and cats of Rock Island County residents. You must show residency in the county. You must get a 1 year rabies shot and a microchip at the same time unless you show proof of a current rabies vaccination or microchip. In such cases, you will receive only the shot or microchip but not both. Residents outside of Rock Island County may buy "low cost" vaccines and chips. Other animal vaccines will also be offered at reduced rates.
COST:
Rabies 1 year - $10.00
Rabies 3 year - $15.00 (must have proof of current rabies)
Bordetella - $10.00
D-5 - $10.00
FVRCP - $10.00
MICROCHIP - $10.00
You will also be able to register your animals if you are a Rock Island County resident. Registration is important to avoid county fines.
Thank you for your support.

Contact Person:
Samantha DeYoung
Rock Island County Animal Care & Control
309-558-3647



















 



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