GOLDEN, Colo. (KDVR) – Foothills Animal Shelter offers free dog vaccinations on Saturday from 9.00 to kl. 14.00
The walk-up clinic will be held in the community clubhouse Sheridan mobilhome park, 5305 Sheridan Blvd. and Arvada.
DAPPv dog vaccine. Canine distemper and parvova vaccines will be offered free of charge through the Petco Love initiative. Low cost rabies and Bordetella will be available for $ 20, Jefferson County pet license for $ 20 and microchip ID implants for $ 35.
“The well-being of our pets is extremely important to Foothills Animal Shelter,” said Jon Rogge, Director of Veterinary Services at Foothills Animal Shelter. “Thanks to Petco Love, we can offer these vaccines for free and keep dogs healthy and in their homes, right where they belong.”
About 30% of pets do not receive preventative care. Parvovirus and canine distemper can be fatal in dogs and can be prevented with simple vaccines, according to Foothills Animal Shelter.
“It is heartbreaking when a pet suffers or dies from a disease that could have been prevented. It is further aggravated when unvaccinated pets enter busy shelter kennels where these deadly diseases can spread rapidly, resulting in more deaths,” skyrocketing costs and preventing saving lives, “said Susanne Kogut, Petco Love President.” By raising awareness and making this crucial preventative treatment more accessible to pets not currently receiving these life-saving vaccines, we can prevent the dangerous spread of diseases. “
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