It is extremely important that your pets are properly vaccinated. While rabies is rare, it is a serious and often fatal disease. Distemper can also be fatal. Microchips are tiny, about the size of a grain of rice, that enables CVHS or an Animal Control Officer to use a small scanner to read your information off of the chip so you can be notified that your pet has been found. Countless pets find their way back home because of microchips. Microchips do not transmit information, and only someone with a scanner can read the information.
CVHS will not be holding a vaccine clinic this spring. Looking for 2022 vaccine clinics? Check these out (also many towns have clinics, check yours)
- Various from Oxbow Vet Clinic
- Various from Hardwick Vet Clinic
- Community Animal Aid has a monthly vet care clinic held in East Barre to provide free vaccines and basic care to qualifying folks
- Tractor Supply on the Barre/Montpelier Road holds one clinic each month. The next one is scheduled on Sunday, March 27th from 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM on a first-come, first-served basis. Pricing for canine rabies is $30