OSHKOSH, Wisconsin (WFRV) – The Oshkosh Area Humane Society (OAHS) announced Sunday that it will hold its first low-cost vaccine and microchip clinic for community-owned cats and dogs on Sunday.
According to the OAHS, the pet-friendly clinic will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in its 1925 Shelter Ct. Location. “Since the pandemic, the need for accessible and affordable basic pet care is even greater. Many veterinary clinics in the area have been overwhelmed and some are not able to accept new clients at the moment and if they are they can book for weeks or months ”, explains Joni Geiger, director of the OAHS. “We now have the ability to help pet owners in the community get the necessary vaccines and microchips for their pets. “
The OAHS says the clinic will be first come, first served, and pet owners can choose from a menu of options such as a rabies vaccination for $ 15 or a microchip for $ 21. Officials say all pet owners who wish to receive services must be registered.
The full list of available vaccines with prices and other information can be found on the OAHS website at www.oahs.org. “This is a new part of our rescue mission. We are here not only to care for the homeless animals in our shelter, but also to help the animals in our community to be as healthy and happy as possible, ”Geiger said.