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Protect Your Pet at Low-Cost Vaccination Clinics in September

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Lake County Health Department

The Lake County Health Department/Community Health Center's Animal Care and Control Program is offering two low-cost pet vaccination clinics in September in Deerfield and Round Lake.
On Saturday, Sept. 22, the Health Department's program is partnering with West Deerfield Township and the Deerfield Park District to provide a clinic at the Patty Turner Senior Center, 375 Elm St. in Deerfield. The clinic is from 9 a.m. until noon. For directions, call (847) 940-4010.
On Saturday, Sept. 29, the program is partnering with the Avon Foundation to provide a clinic at Hart Woods, located next to the Robert Rolek Community Center, 814 Hart Road in Round Lake. The clinic is from 9 a.m. until noon. For directions call (847) 546-8558.
Each clinic provides a convenient and affordable way for Lake County residents to keep their pets up to date with shots and rabies tags.

Standard vaccine, tag and microchip costs are as follows:

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For Pets Spayed/Neutered
One-year rabies vaccination and Lake County tag: $20.00
One-year rabies vaccination, tag and distemper: $25.00
Distemper complex only: $10.00
Microchip: $15.00

For Pets Not Spayed/Neutered
One-year rabies vaccination and Lake County tag: $60.00
One-year rabies vaccination, tag and distemper: $65.00
Distemper complex only: $10.00
Microchip: $15.00

Pets will be taken on a first come first served basis. All animals brought to the clinic must be at least four months old. Dogs must be leashed and cats placed in carriers. Only cash will be accepted on site. Proof of spay/neuter may be required.

The Health Department's Animal Care and Control Program tracks pet vaccinations and rabies tags, investigates animal bites and complaints of nuisance and neglect, as well as impounds stray animals. Seniors have the option of scheduling an appointment for their pets on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Animal Care and Control facility, 29278 North Route 83, Mundelein.

For additional information about the clinics, please contact the Animal Care and Control facility at: (847) 949-9925.

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