If you missed out on the dog licensing clinic earlier this month, the San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control Program returns this Thursday, offering both dog licenses and rabies vaccinations. Dog licenses will be available at Meadow Park, from 6 to 7pm on the 24th; dog licenses are $15 for altered dogs, $9 for altered dogs belonging to seniors, and $96 per license for all unaltered dogs. Licenses can be paid for by cash, check or credit card, though, if getting a rabies vaccination for your pet, these cost $6, cash only. The County Animal Care Program notes that vaccinations will only be given to dogs on leashes strong enough to hold them; for everyone’s safety, all dogs must be on a leash, and cats must be brought in a pet carrier. For more information on Thursday’s dog licensing clinic at Meadow Park, contact the County’s Animal Care Program at 800/472-5609.
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