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City of Laredo Health Department Announces July Rabies “Vacuna” Clinics

Date(s): 7/16/2014

7:00 pm

Laredo Animal Care Facility 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX
The City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) wants to remind the public that rabies continues to be a local threat and that everyone needs to vaccinate their pets (3 months and older), either at their veterinarian’s office or at the Health Department. Pets also need to be registered with a microchip and be under the care of a veterinarian. For this reason, CLHD will be conducting July Rabies “Vacuna” Clinics.

WHAT: City of Laredo Health Department
Rabies “Vacuna” Clinic

WHEN: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Laredo Animal Care Facility at 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX

WHY: Laredo continues to have a large unvaccinated pet population and strays which can pose a threat to the public and to other pets. Owners must take care of their pets with good keeping practices, get them vaccinated and cared for by a licensed veterinarian.

Registration (microchip) and rabies vaccine $22.00 (rabies vaccine alone $12 for those pets already registered). We urge the public to also get their pet protected against Parvo and Distemper (available for an additional cost).
For more information on the clinic or pet adoption, contact the CLHD Animal Control Services at (956) 795-4902 or the Laredo Animal Care Facility (LACF) at (956) 717-5762.

Contact the Laredo Animal Protective Society at (956)724-8364 or log on to http://www.petadoptlaredo.org/events.html or
on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LAPSadopt or
Pet Haven at (956) 744-9901 or by email at info@pethavenlaredo.com.

http://www.kgns.tv/community/events/261124731.html | 261124731

Rabies "vacuna" clinics for June

Date(s): 6/18/2014

7:00 pm

Laredo Animal Care Facility 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX
The City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) wants to remind the public that rabies continues to be a local threat and that everyone needs to vaccinate their pets (3 months and older) either at their veterinarian’s office or at the Health Department.

Pets also need to be registered with a microchip and be under the care of a licensed veterinarian.

“We have too many stray and neglected pets that are in danger of getting hurt, get lost and as well can bite persons,” said Dr. Hector F. Gonzalez Director of the CLHD. We need to make sure all pets are vaccinated and cared for appropriately.

WHAT: City of Laredo Health Department Rabies “Vacuna” Clinic

WHEN: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Laredo Animal Care Facility at 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Laredo Animal Care Facility at 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX

WHY: As per City Ordinance, all pets must be registered by microchip and vaccinated against rabies.

Pet rabies vaccination and registration is $22.00 (includes microchip).

In addition to rabies vaccine we also encourage the public to vaccinate against distemper and parvovirus and as well test your pet for other diseases. These vaccines will be available by the veterinarian.
For more information on the clinic or pet adoption, contact the CLHD Animal Control Services at (956) 795-4902 or the Laredo Animal Care Facility (LACF) at (956) 717-5762.

http://www.kgns.tv/community/events/261123801.html | 261123801

City of Laredo Health Department announces rabies “vacuna” clinics for June

Date(s): 6/4/2014

7:00 pm

Laredo Animal Care Facility 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX
The City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) wants to remind the public that rabies continues to be a local threat and that everyone needs to vaccinate their pets (3 months and older) either at their veterinarian’s office or at the Health Department.

Pets also need to be registered with a microchip and be under the care of a licensed veterinarian.

“We have too many stray and neglected pets that are in danger of getting hurt, get lost and as well can bite persons,” said Dr. Hector F. Gonzalez Director of the CLHD. We need to make sure all pets are vaccinated and cared for appropriately.

WHAT: City of Laredo Health Department Rabies “Vacuna” Clinic

WHEN: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Laredo Animal Care Facility at 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Laredo Animal Care Facility at 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX

WHY: As per City Ordinance, all pets must be registered by microchip and vaccinated against rabies.

Pet rabies vaccination and registration is $22.00 (includes microchip).

In addition to rabies vaccine we also encourage the public to vaccinate against distemper and parvovirus and as well test your pet for other diseases. These vaccines will be available by the veterinarian.
For more information on the clinic or pet adoption, contact the CLHD Animal Control Services at (956) 795-4902 or the Laredo Animal Care Facility (LACF) at (956) 717-5762.

http://www.kgns.tv/community/events/248208281.html | 248208281

Vacuna Clinic

Date(s): 3/8/2014

11:00am

Kennedy-Zapata Elementary School 3809 S. Espejo Molina Rd
Canine and feline vaccines at very affordable prices!

The cost for just the rabies vaccine will only be $2.00 as the County will be picking up the first $10.00 cost.

We have been informed that there are still some slots available for the Zeuter services being offered, however they are limited.

Please go by the El Cenizo City Hall to register for the service as soon as possible.
larrysanchez@webbcountytx.gov

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City of Laredo Health Dept. Rabies "Vacuna" Clinic

Date(s): 3/19/2014

6:00pm

Laredo Animal Care Facility 5202 Maher Ave.
Laredo, TX – The City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) wants to remind the public that rabies continues to be a local threat and that everyone needs to vaccinate their pets (3 months and older; or check with your veterinarian), either at their veterinarian’s office or at the Health Department. Pets also need to be registered with a microchip and be under the care of a veterinarian. For this reason, CLHD will be conducting two (2) Rabies “Vacuna” Clinics for the month of March.



WHAT: City of Laredo Health Department

Rabies “Vacuna” Clinic

WHEN: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Laredo Animal Care Facility at 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX



Wednesday, March 19, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Laredo Animal Care Facility at 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX

WHY: The City of Laredo continues to respond to calls of bites from strays. Many of these are found to have not been vaccinated putting persons at risk for rabies. Owners must know how important it is for them to vaccinate with rabies vaccine, distemper and parvo and be tested for pet diseases. This will protect not only pets and their families but also our community.



The cost for pet rabies vaccination is $12.00.

Microchip is $10.00, Registration is $ 5.00.
Additional vaccinations will be available upon request for an additional cost.



*MUST PRESENT U.S. GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID AND A WATER UTILITY BILL TO QUALIFY FOR SERVICE*

*MUST RESIDE WITHIN LAREDO CITY LIMITS*
For more information on the clinic or pet adoption, contact the CLHD Animal Control Services at (956) 795-4902 or the Laredo Animal Care Facility (LACF) at (956) 717-5762.
For “Option Adoption” Services

Contact the Laredo Animal Protective Society at (956)724-8364 or log on to http://www.petadoptlaredo.org/events.html or
on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LAPSadopt or
Pet Haven at (956) 744-9901 or by email at info@pethavenlaredo.com.

http://www.kgns.tv/community/events/248207321.html | 248207321

City of Laredo Health Dept. Rabies "Vacuna" Clinic

Date(s): 3/5/2014

6:00pm

Laredo Animal Care Facility 5202 Maher Ave.
The City of Laredo Health Department
Announces Rabies “Vacuna” Clinics for March

Laredo, TX – The City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) wants to remind the public that rabies continues to be a local threat and that everyone needs to vaccinate their pets (3 months and older; or check with your veterinarian), either at their veterinarian’s office or at the Health Department. Pets also need to be registered with a microchip and be under the care of a veterinarian. For this reason, CLHD will be conducting two (2) Rabies “Vacuna” Clinics for the month of March.

WHAT: City of Laredo Health Department

Rabies “Vacuna” Clinic

WHEN: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Laredo Animal Care Facility at 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Laredo Animal Care Facility at 5202 Maher Avenue, Laredo, TX

WHY: The City of Laredo continues to respond to calls of bites from strays. Many of these are found to have not been vaccinated putting persons at risk for rabies. Owners must know how important it is for them to vaccinate with rabies vaccine, distemper and parvo and be tested for pet diseases. This will protect not only pets and their families but also our community.

The cost for pet rabies vaccination is $12.00.

Microchip is $10.00, Registration is $ 5.00.
Additional vaccinations will be available upon request for an additional cost.

*MUST PRESENT U.S. GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID AND A WATER UTILITY BILL TO QUALIFY FOR SERVICE*

*MUST RESIDE WITHIN LAREDO CITY LIMITS*
For more information on the clinic or pet adoption, contact the CLHD Animal Control Services at (956) 795-4902 or the Laredo Animal Care Facility (LACF) at (956) 717-5762.
For “Option Adoption” Services

Contact the Laredo Animal Protective Society at (956)724-8364 or log on to http://www.petadoptlaredo.org/events.html or
on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LAPSadopt or
Pet Haven at (956) 744-9901 or by email at info@pethavenlaredo.com.

http://www.kgns.tv/community/events/247133611.html | 247133611

Webb County Rabies Vaccination Drive

Date(s): 3/1/2014

10am - noon, 1pm - 2pm

Rio Bravo Community Center 1600 Orquidia Lane
The Critter Care Veterinary Clinic is hosting the Webb County Rabies Vaccination Drive at the Rio Bravo Community Center on Saturday, March 1st.
Dr. Sandra Leyendecker is offering DHLPP vaccines, de-worming, and microchips at very affordable prices to help our furry friends. All Webb County residents will also get rabies shots for their pets ABSOLUTELY FREE!
The event starts at 10:00am, and will be accepting CASH ONLY. Children are not allowed at the event. It is requested that all dogs be kept on leashes and all cats in cages or pillowcases.
For more information, contact Larry Sanchez at 956-523-4999.

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