Low-cost pet vaccinations, microchips and registration available Tuesday, July 24 Animal Resource Center works to ensure pet health
GALVESTON COUNTY, Texas – The Galveston County Animal Resource Center (ARC) is happy to host a low-cost pet vaccination clinic on Tuesday, July 24. The event, open to residents of any city, will also include pet microchipping and county registration.
Low-Cost Vet Vaccinations
Low-cost vaccinations, flea control and heartworm testing and treatment services through ARC range from $15 for a rabies vaccine for both dogs and cats to $50 for the “dog works” package and $35 for the “cat works” package. Specific pricing is online at www.gchd.org/arc.
Microchips and Registration
Microchips are available for all cats and dogs, regardless of jurisdiction, for just $20 each.
County regulation requires pet owners who live in the municipalities served by the ARC (Bayou Vista, Hitchcock, Kemah, La Marque, Texas City, Tiki Island and unincorporated Galveston County) to register their pets. There is no registration fee for pets that are already microchipped. Registration for pets that are not microchipped is $20 and includes a microchip. The fee is $15 for pet owners age 65 and older.
The event will take place at ARC, located at 3412 25th Avenue North (Loop 197 North) in Texas City from noon-3 p.m. on Tuesday, July 24. Appointments are not needed. Cash, check and major credit cards are accepted. For more information, call the ARC at 409-948-2485.
WHAT: Low-Cost Pet Vaccinations and Registration
WHEN: Tuesday, July 24 from noon- 3 p.m.
WHERE: Galveston County Animal Resource Center, 3412 25th Avenue North (Loop 197 North), Texas City
About the Galveston County Animal Resource Center
The largest, most modern and best-equipped animal shelter in Galveston County, the Animal Resource Center (ARC) provides animal services to Bayou Vista, Hitchcock, Kemah, La Marque, Texas City, Tiki Island and unincorporated Galveston County. Learn more at www.arcpets.org or by calling (409) 948-2485.
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The Galveston County Health District (GCHD) is the local public health agency for Galveston County, Texas.
GCHD provides services and programs that protect the everyday health and well-being of Galveston County.
P.O. Box 939 La Marque, Texas 77568 • (409) 938-7221
7/11/2018 07:22:15 am
It's definitely a good thing that The Galveston County Animal Resource Center hosted animal vaccination for the town. We all know that having our pets vaccinated will also keep us protected. At the same time, this is a blessing for pour pets since we are also keeping them from possible danger they can be part of. I am hoping that the other states would host pet vaccination at low cost so that pet owner can afford to have it annually!
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