Second Chance for Pets is hosting its annual low-cost rabies vaccinations clinics starting this weekend.
The services are $10 for a 1 to 3-year vaccination, $10 for distemper, parvo, and corona combo, $15 for a microchip and $5 for a nail trim. Additionally, a one-year altered rabies tag registration is $10, $20 for one year unaltered, $23 for three years altered and $55 for three-year unaltered.
This Saturday, you can get your pet vaccinated from 9 am to 11 am at the Wapella Village Maintenance Building at 710 Walnut Circle. Then from 1 pm to 3 pm at the Waynesville Fire House at 109 West Second Street.
The following Saturday, March 21 the clinic is at the Weldon Fire House from 9 am to 11 am and then from 1 pm to 3 pm at the Clintonia Township Building of old Highway 51 and North Walnut Street.
Cash and checks are accepted.
Registration forms will be available at the sites. Second Chance officials remind anyone bringing their pet all dogs and cats must be vaccinated and registered with the County and all animals must be on a leash or in a carrier at the clinic.
This is the last chance for the lost cost vaccinations until next March.
The low-cost vaccination clinic is open to all central Illinois residents. Contact Second Chance at 217-935-3488, email email@example.com or visit secondchanceforpets.com for more information.