TOLEDO, Ohio — The Lucas County Canine Care and Control will host a low-cost vaccination and microchip clinic this week.
LC4 says costs for the clinic will be $10 for each vaccination and only $5 for deworming. Monthly flea and tick prevention will be available for purchase at $18 for one-month flea and tick prevention and $50 for three-month flea and tick prevention. New 2023 dog licenses will also be available for $25 each.
A rabies vaccination is included as well as an oral Bordetella vaccination, canine distemper, infectious hepatitis, a parainfluenza and parvovirus (DHPP) combination vaccine, leptospirosis vaccination, deworming for puppies and microchip administration.
If you miss this event, don't worry because these low-cost clinics are offered monthly.
The clinic starts Thursday, Jan. 26 from 4 - 6 p.m. An appointment is required.
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