ANIMAL CENTER TO HOST RABIES & MICROCHIP CLINIC SATURDAY JUNE 26
Pet of the Week: Jellybean is a friendly boy who loves to play. He needs some leash work and is doing well in training. He gets along with other dogs, but we recommend a home with older children due to his high energy level. Come meet Jellybean and the other animals waiting to be discovered at WCAC.
Increased Cases of Lost Pets Following Fireworks
Williamson County Animal Center (WCAC) will host its monthly rabies and microchip clinic on Saturday, June 26, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Center; 106 Claude Yates Drive in Franklin, TN. Everyone is invited to bring their cats and/or dogs to receive rabies vaccinations for $10 and $15 microchips.
Payment can be made by cash and checks only, no credit or debit cards will be accepted.
Tennessee requires all dogs and cats to be vaccinated for rabies and have a current tag as proof. These tags will be provided as part of the fee for vaccination.
The Center reportedly experiences an increase in the number of lost pets it receives during times of year that traditionally inspire firework displays. As Independence Day is such an occasion and less than two weeks away, the clinic on Saturday is an opportunity for families to protect their pets.
Microchips are tiny devices inserted under an animal’s skin. The chip contains identifying information that can be accessed by veterinarians and animal centers to help reunite lost pets with their loved ones.
For more information, visit www.adoptwcac.org or call (615) 790-5590.