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Animal Services offers free rabies vaccinations

Monday, April 17, 2017 by Nina Hernandez

The Austin Animal Center hosts a free rabies vaccination clinic on April 29, one of two the city hosts each year. From 8 a.m. until noon, residents can bring cats and dogs 12 weeks and up to be vaccinated. Puppies and cats must be brought in carriers, and dogs have to be secured on a leash. The clinic also offers identification tags to puppies and kittens younger than three months. Owner information will be registered in the Animal Services Department’s database to make it easier to return lost pets to their owners. Learn more about this program and other services on the department’s website.

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