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Kane County Animal Control’s Final Drive-Thru Rabies Vaccination Clinic Set For Oct. 2 – kanecountyconnects.com

Kane Area Animal Control will certainly hold its last Rabies and also Microchip Pet Clinic of the year from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2,

at Kane Area Pet Control, 4060 Keslinger Road in Geneva. The center will certainly be performed drive-thru style.

Pet dog as well as pet cat owners just bring up in their car and allow the personnel as well as volunteers do the job. People do not require to get out of their cars, yet are asked to please use a mask so everyone remains secure as well as safeguarded.

The cost of a 1 year rabies injection (with tag) is $20 for neutered pet dogs, $35 for non-neutered and $10 for seniors with pet dogs. Microchips are also offered for $15. Cash money, check, VISA and also MasterCard are accepted.

The center will certainly keep up 2 groups, each consisting of a vet and also personnel, plus staffs to process documents as well as financial resources. The staff will certainly leash the pet dog and carry them to the exam station. While the medical crew does the exam and also inoculations, a staff completes the rabies certification and one more handles payment.

When the procedure is finished, the vet will communicate with the owner in their car. After each car retreats, the team cleans up the terminal for the next customer.

The Animal Control team maintains proper infection control by wearing masks, handwear covers and also scrub tops. Their goal is to help treat the pets in demand and still provide a much-needed source throughout these difficult times.

For more details concerning Kane Region Animal Control, go to KaneCountyPets.com.

RESOURCE: Kane Region Pet Control press release

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