August 27, 2014
KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Kansas City, Mo., will partner with the Raytown Animal Hospital to host a free pet vaccination and microchipping clinic.
The event will be held from noon – 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30, at Marlborough Park, located at 83rd St. and Park Ave.
Patrick Egberuare, manager of the Animal Health and Public Safety Division, said in a press release that vaccinating pets will help them stay healthy and rabies-free. Also, pets that are microchipped can more easily be reunited with their owners.
“So often, the city’s animal shelter takes in animals that are owned pets, but without a license tag and microchip, we cannot contact the owner,” Egberuare said.
Rabies vaccinations and microchipping will be free, however, pet owners will be required to buy a city license for each participating pet at the cost of $10. This offer is open to all Kansas City, Mo., pet owners who are not current on rabies and pet licensing. All pets must be on a leash or in a carrier.
For more information, contact Patrick Egberuare at the Animal Health and Public Safety Division of the Neighborhoods and Housing Services Department at 816-513-9803 or Dr. Heath Rose, of the Raytown Animal Hospital, at 816-353-3666.