The City of Fredericksburg and local veterinarians Doctors Curtis Eckhardt and Daniel Fritz are calling the attention of local and area pet owners to the annual vaccination clinics being held on January 26th and February 2nd, 2013 from 8:00am until 4:00pm, including the noon hour on both days.
The clinics will be held at the City of Fredericksburg's Consolidated Warehouse, 233 Friendship Lane, behind Fredericksburg High School.
Dr.'s Eckhardt and Fritz will be sacrificing a portion of their regular fees to provide this service to the community. The fee for a rabies shot will be $7 per pet. Other vaccinations including distemper combination vaccinations(canine and feline), rattlesnake, lyme, bordetella (kennel cough), and feline leukemia will also be available at a discounted rate.
Pet owners will also be able to register their pets with the City of Fredericksburg at this time. City pet licenses are required annually for all dogs and cats living in the Fredericksburg city limits. The fee for the license is: Neutered and spayed pets-$5 annually, or $25 for a lifetime registration, non-spayed or neutered pets-$10 annually.
Volunteers from Pedernales Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) will be on hand both days to sign up pet owners for free spay/neuter assistance