Spring rabies clinic
Spring and summer are times during which there is often an increase in active cases of rabies in wildlife. In addition to informing the community of this fact, the Humane Society is continuing its program of providing semi-annual low-cost rabies clinics to help protect the people and pets of the community from the deadly, but preventable disease.
In an effort to give back to the community for its generous outpouring of donations in response to the St. Patrick's Community Challenge, the Humane Society of Morgan County will pay for the rabies shot for one animal from each family that attends the Spring Rabies Clinic at the Adoption Center on Sunday, April 29 from noon-1:30 p.m.
After the first animal in the family, all other pets will be vaccinated for $8 each. Remember that dogs must be on leashes and cats must be in carriers.
For additional information about the Humane Society of Morgan County including a calendar of upcoming events, news and information related to the Humane Society and various ways to help support the adoption center, go to their website www.hsmc-wv.org