Safe Haven to conduct wellness clinics starting Oct. 12Sanctuary offers low-cost alternative for vaccines, treatments
Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary, 19022 Shingle Point Rd., Georgetown, is holding wellness clinics two days a month to provide low-cost vaccinations, permanent identification through microchips, and flea treatment.
This month’s clinics are scheduled for 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Oct. 12, and 4 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 22. Services are provided by a licensed veterinarian. No appointment is necessary, but clients are encouraged to arrive early as services are on a first-come, first-served basis. All dogs must be on a leash, and all cats must in be carriers.
Specific services and prices include vaccines for rabies, distemper and kennel cough, $15 each; microchips, $25; and flea treatment for dogs and cats ranging from $10 to $14 per dose to $32 to $44 for a four-month supply, depending on weight of dog.
Enter through the shelter’s clinic entrance in the back. In the case of extensive lines at the clinic, staff may close the line before the clinic end time in order to complete services. All proceeds will go into the shelter’s new escrow account to keep Safe Haven’s doors open. Call Safe Haven at 302-856-6460 for more information.