The Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency’s Animal Care & Adoptions Unit (a part of the Animal Services Division) is offering a drive-through pet vaccination clinic in Porterville with free vaccinations and microchips for Tulare County residents’ furry friends. Vaccinations and services offered are, for dogs: DAPPv (six weeks old), Bordetella (six weeks old), and Rabies (three months old); and for cats: FVRCP (two months old) and Rabies (three months old). Microchips are being offered for all animals. The owner must present a photo I.D. with a valid Tulare County address. All animals must remain inside the vehicles, and vaccinations and microchips are only available while supplies last.
Who: Tulare County residents with I.D.
What: Free drive-through vaccination and microchip clinic for dogs and cats
When: Saturday, May 4, 9:00 a.m.–noon, while supplies last
Where: Summit Charter Collegiate Academy parking lot, 15550 Redwood, Porterville
Details: Owner must present I.D. All animals must remain in the vehicle. Aggressive animals may be declined for services at any time. Services are only available while supplies last.
This effort is supported by PetSmart Charities.