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Councilwoman Marianne Butler is once again encouraging pet owners to take advantage of the next S.P.O.T. Clinic for residents of District 15 set for Saturday, May 20th.

“S.P.O.T. Clinics are an effective way to provide needed veterinarian services at a low cost for pet owners,” says Butler.  “If you have not had time during the week to take care of your pet, this clinic is one way to renew a license and update vaccinations.”

Here is a list of services offered at the District 15 Spring S.P.O.T. Clinic:

  • 1 year rabies vaccination: $10.00
  • 3 year rabies vaccination: $15.00
  • 1 year altered license: $10.00
  • 1 year altered senior license: $5.00
  • 1 year unaltered license: $60.00
  • 3 year altered license: $27.00
  • 3 year senior license: $13.50
  • Microchip: $25.00

The S.P.O.T Clinic (which stands for Stop Pet Overpopulation Today) will be located in the front parking lot at the Salvation Army building, 1010 Beecher Street. The hours of operation are from 9:00am until 12:00pm.

For more information about the S.P.O.T. Clinic, contact Councilwoman Butler’s office at 574-1115.