City of Victorville to Host Dog Licensing and Low-Cost Vaccination Clinic, Oct. 15


By Staff Reports

(Victorville)—The City of Victorville Animal Care & Control Division is offering a dog licensing and low-cost vaccination clinic on Saturday, Oct. 15 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the City of Victorville Public Works Yard located at 14177 McArt Rd.

Low-cost dog vaccinations will be available to all dog owners who reside in the High Desert, while the licensing clinic is open to Victorville residents only.

The Rabies vaccination will cost $7, and Bordetella and DHPP vaccinations will be available at a reduced cost.  These low-cost vaccinations must be paid for with cash only.

Victorville dog owners may pay for licensing with cash, check or credit card.

All dogs must be crated or leashed and under the control of an adult.

Every dog that lives in the Victorville City limits is required to be licensed and vaccinated against rabies in accordance with State Law and City of Victorville Municipal Code.  This helps protect the general health, safety and welfare of all persons within the City.

For more information about this dog licensing and shot clinic, or to learn how to license your dog prior to the event, call City of Victorville Animal Care and Control at (760) 955-5089.

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