San Jacinto College science faculty and Texas-licensed veterinarian Adam Eiler (right), along with Dr. Susan Pickle of the Alvin-Friendswood Veterinary Clinic, will be administering low-cost pet vaccinations at the San Jacinto College South Campus on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Photo credit: Andrea Vasquez, San Jacinto College marketing department.
San Jacinto College South to hold annual low-cost pet vaccinations event
Andrea Vasquez-- September 17, 2012
HOUSTON – The San Jacinto College South Campus natural sciences department will host its fifth annual World Rabies Day event, featuring low-cost pet vaccinations, on Saturday, Sept. 29.
San Jacinto College science faculty and Texas-licensed veterinarian Adam Eiler, and Dr. Susan Pickle of the Alvin-Friendswood Veterinary Clinic, will provide several vaccinations for dogs and cats at a reduced rate to the community.
The World Rabies Day pet vaccination event will be held Saturday, Sept. 29 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., in the Academic Wing - North (building 7) in rooms S7.124 and S7.128, located on the South Campus at 13735 Beamer Rd., in Houston. Owners can check in their pets at the registration desk located in the P6 parking lot directly outside the vaccination rooms. All pets should be in carriers or on a leash.
Vaccination and microchip prices are as follows: dogs – rabies, $10; distemper/parvo, $15; bordetella, $15; microchip, $30. Cats – rabies, $10; distemper (FVRCP), $15; leukemia, $15; microchip, $30. No additional veterinary services will be offered. Cash only accepted. All proceeds will benefit Aurora’s Pet Rescue and other local animal rescue and rehabilitation facilities.
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