CPAA has devised
a plan to help Central Pennsylvania residents and their animals
by providing free or low-cost vaccinations. CPAA brings these services
directly to the community with the CPAA Mobile Veterinary Van.
FREE vaccine clinics are held at various times during the year,
by appointment only. Residents are offered free or low-cost rabies
and distemper vaccinations, flea/tick prevention, de-worming, nail
trimming, and more. Vaccines are available to spayed and neutered
animals only. Breeders will not be serviced.
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CPAA also offers
low-cost vaccine and micro-chipping services as often as possible
in several locations in the area. CPAA depends on local veterinarians
to make the clinics possible. For free or low-cost spaying and
neutering services, call 717-576-0899. Vaccinations will be given
at the time of surgery. CPAA encourages all local veterinarians
to donate 2-3 hours, at least once a year to administer vaccines
and micro-chips to cats and dogs at CPAA's clinics. Without these
clinics, many local animals never receive needed vaccines.
For the safety of your animal and others...
All cats MUST be in a secure crate, not in your arms. Please call
if you need a crate. All dogs MUST be on a short leash and wearing
a secure collar or harness.
Calls will be returned as soon as possible. The volunteer returning
calls will not hold if your phone has a music message playing
at the time of the return call.
YOU can help keep FREE clinics running by making a donation of any
- A donation of $3 will help pay for two cat distemper vaccines.
- A donation of $5 will help pay for three rabies vaccines.
- A donation of $10 will help pay for three dog distemper vaccines.
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HOSTS FREE PET VACCINE CLINICS
FOR HARRISBURG RESIDENTS
for already spayed and neutered cats and dogs
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Pet Vaccine and Microchipping Clinic at WoofStock
Sunday, September 28, 2014
From 12 p.m. - 4 p.m, held at the WoofStock Festival along Front Street in Harrisburg. The vaccine clinic will be held in the CPAA mobile van near Front and State Streets. This clinic is a first-come, first-serve clinic. No appointments.
Rabies, Canine and Feline Distemper Combo, and Canine Kennel Cough vaccines will be offered for $10 per vaccine. 3-year rabies shots are available, however, you must bring paper proof of previous rabies vaccine that is not overdue (tags are not sufficient proof). If no paper proof is provided, pets may still receive 1-year rabies vaccines. HomeAgain microchipping will be available for $25, which includes registration. Wormer and flea treatment will also be available for purchase. All payments must be made in cash ONLY.
New this year! Clinic registration forms can be pre-printed and brought to WoofStock to save some time. Please visit http://www.cpaawoofstock.com/2014MicrochipClinic.html and scroll to the bottom for the forms.
All dogs should be on a short leash (no chains, please) and cats in a secure pet carrier. No aggressive dogs should come to this clinic for the safety of the animals and people attending WoofStock. Animals that are ill, pregnant, nursing, or those who have had vaccine reactions in the past cannot be vaccinated at this clinic. Vaccines and microchips will be administered by Veterinarian Jennifer Todd of Lamb's Gap Animal Hospital in Mechanicsburg and Veterinarian Mason Simmons of Good Hope Animal Hospital in Mechanicsburg.
Questions? Email Michele at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (717) 576-0899.
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