Get your pet vaccinated in Lansing
May 28, 2012 by Mark
Spay Illinois is holding a low-cost pet vaccine clinic for cats and dogs at Ted’s Feedstore on June 3 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. This will be by appointment only.
The organizations will be providing a number of vaccines such as rabies ($18 for one year and $35 for three years), a distemper combo ($15 and $20), cat distemper ($15), heartworm testing ($20) and FeLv/Fiv testing ($25). Events such as this are very important to pet owners in lansing, some of whom can’t always afford to keep their pets up to date with their vaccinations, resulting in a healthier pet population and less veterinary visits.
Spay Illinois holds several vaccination and micro-chipping clinics for dogs, cats, and horses throughout the year. They also refer clients to low-cost spay and neuter clinics, provide shelter for abandoned animals, help to facilitate adoptions, provide support for those who wish to foster rescue animals, and help to subsidize veterinary payments for low-income families. They are currently trying to raise $2,500 to take care of the hundreds of kittens who usually show up at the shelter from February through May.
Lansing area businesses, especially if they are in any way related to pets, can help promote the work of Spay Illinois by donating money to the organization or by hosting fund raisers. They can also arrange for flyer printing services to let their mailing list know about upcoming events and how they can help animals in their community. The organization will work with anyone who wishes to help them.