If you need to get your cat or dog their shots or a microchip, swing by this clinic today.

One of the worst things that can happen to a pet owner is that their pet escapes or wanders away from home. Microchips are a great way to combat the possibility of your pet coming up missing and today you can get your pet microchipped for free.

The Genesee County Microchip & Vaccine Clinic for cats and dogs is happening today. Pet owners in Genesee County can get free microchips, preventions & deworming today at the clinic while supplies last.

When is the microchip and vaccine clinic?

Pet owners in Genesee County can stop by the microchip & vaccine clinic today from 10 am until 4 pm with their cat(s) and/or dog(s) to receive a variety of different vaccines and free microchips.

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Where is the microchip and vaccine clinic?

The Genesee County Microchip & Vaccine Clinic will be taking place at Genesee County Animal Control at 4351 W. Pasadena Avenue in Flint.

What are the requirements of the clinic?

Pet owners must adhere to the following requirement while attending:

  • Must bring a valid ID
  • Cash only
  • Cats must be in carriers
  • Dogs must be on a leash
  • Must bring proof of recent rabies vaccination for a 3-year rabies vaccine.

What vaccines are available and how much do they cost?

This clinic is offering several different vaccines for your pets at a cost of $5 each (free for Flint residents.) These vaccines include:

  • Rabies
  • DHPP/DHLPP
  • FVRCP
  • Bordatella
  • Heartworm Test

Also, if you need to update your pet license, this clinic will waive any late license fees with the purchase of a new license.

Source: Genesee County Sheriff's Office

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