Kane Animal Control Sets Dates for Fall Rabies and Microchip Clinics
The dates have been set!
So mark your calendars for Kane County Animal Control’s 2016 fall rabies and microchip clinics!
Both clinics will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, and Wednesday, Oct.12, at Kane County Animal Control, 4060 Keslinger Road, Geneva.
Only one-year rabies vaccines will be offered. It is required that all residents of Kane County purchase a registration tag at the time the vaccine is administered.
No appointment is necessary to take part in the clinics, but make sure your pet is either on a leash or in a carrier while at the clinic, as well as handled by an adult, 18 years or older.
If your pet requires a muzzle, it is the owner’s responsibility to provide it and to fit it on the pet prior to arriving at the clinic.
If your pet is neutered or spayed, the cost for the rabies vaccine and registration tag is $20, $35 for non-neutered. Seniors pay only $10 for the vaccine, the tag is free.
KCAC is also offering microchipping for $15 during the clinic. Microchipping your pet is one way to bring your pet home if they should ever get lost. Most police departments and vet clinics can scan a pet with a chip scanner. All an owner needs to do is keep the information with the chip company up-to-date.
All forms of payment will be accepted. If paying by credit or debit cards, there is a 2.45 percent additional fee added to the total.
All owners must verify their animal has not bitten anyone in the past 10 days.
SOURCE: Kane County Animal Control news release
About Kane County Animal Control
Kane County Animal Control oversees rabies registration, protects public safety and ensures the humane care of animals through sheltering, pet placement, education and animal law enforcement. KCAC is responsible for the enforcement of the County Animal Control Ordinance. Together with local law enforcement and city animal controls, KCAC ensures the humane treatment of animals in Kane County. Depending on where you live in Kane County, you may be served by your local animal control facility, your police department, a state-level agency, or KCAC. For more information, visit the KCAC website and Facebook page.