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Fall rabies clinic set

Posted on: 10.9.2017 at 04:56 p.m.

County residents will be able to get rabies vaccinations for their pets for a reduced fee Oct. 20.

Loretta Shipman of Columbus County Animal Control said shots will be good for one year, and the cost will be $5 during the event.

“This is a good, inexpensive way to protect your pet and your family,” she said. “Rabies vaccinations are required by state law.”

In addition to the Animal Shelter, petowners may get the $5 shots at Southern Veterinary Hospital and the Animal Hospital in Whiteville, and Animal Hospital of South Columbus near Tabor City.

For more information, call 641.3945, 642.3776, 642.3221, or 653.8500.


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