Friends of Felines in partnership with Little Critters Rescue. will hold a free vaccine and microchip clinic open to the public on Sunday, Oct. 22.
Among the vaccinations that will be available are:.
- FREE DHPP (canine vaccine
- FREE FVRCP (feline vaccine) aF
- FREE RABIES vaccines for cats and dogs
- There will also be FREE MICROCHIPS.
Foue volunteer veterinarians and numerous volunteer technicians and assistants will particapte:
- Dr. Heather Sapp, Shelter Veterinarian at Friends of Felines
- Dr. Diana Skillman, Medical Director at VCA River Road Urgent Care
- Dr. Julie Rowley, Owner/Operator of SOAR Animal Rehabilitation
- Dr. Shawnette Anderson, Owner/Operator of Four Corners Animal Hospital
- Volunteer veterinary technicians from SOAR and Four Corners, as well as veterinary assistants and volunteers from Friends of Felines.
Hours of the clinic will be 10 a.m to 2 p.m., everyone who is in line by 2 p.m.will be seen at the clinic.
The clinic is located at 4155 Cherry Avenue Keizer, which is the ddsDOG ENTRANCE, at the former thrift store) and 4157 Cherry Avenue (this is the CAT ENTRANCE at the adoption center main door)
The vaccination and microchip clinic are free while supplies last, donations are graciously accepted by both nonprofit organizations and are tax deductible.
Parking will be available at Friends of Felines, across Cherry Street at the gravel lot that is park of the Lions Club, as well as the parking lot behind Ringo’s Bar. We encourage attendees to carpool and use Uber, Lyft or public transportation when possible due to limited parking available.
- For the safety of everyone attending ALL animals must arrive to the location, secured in some fashion to attend. Dogs MUST be on a leash with a collar or harness or inside a carrier, cats MUST be in a carrier.
- Cats and dogs need to be healthy and at least 6 wks old to receive an FVRCP or DHPP vaccine. All animals must be a minimum of 3 months old to be eligible to receive a rabies vaccine. This is per manufacturer requirements.
- This clinic is for healthy animals, sick or injured animals will not be seen and will be referred to local full-service veterinary hospitals for care.