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Spring Rabies Clinic held April 4 … curbside

Skunks, raccoons, and other rabies-carrying animals get more active in the spring. Protect your pets at the annual Moore County Spring Rabies Clinic on April 4. {File Photo}

LOCAL NEWS — If your dog or cat needs their annual rabies vaccination or booster, mark you calendar for Saturday, April 4. It will be the only Moore County Spring Rabies Clinic date in 2020. This year, due to the COVID-19 situation, additional clinics will not be held at the usual places like Jiffy Mart, Wiseman Park, etc.

Vaccinations will be available at Lynchburg Veterinary Hospital (LVH) located at 96 Major Boulevard from 8 a.m. to noon. It will be curbside services only. When you arrive, call the LVH at 931-759-5550 and a member of their staff will come out to get your pet. Once inside, they will receive vaccinations, diagnostics, or treatments while you wait outside. Once completed, Dr. Morton will discuss his findings with you.

Rabies vaccines will be $10 per pet, on this date only. Most rabies only shots can be executed in the parking lot. LVH requests that you bring all cats in carriers. If you have questions, contact LVH at 931-759-5550. •

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