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Cook County Offers Low Cost Rabies And Microchipping Clinic
Cook County Animal and Rabies Control is offering low-cost rabies vaccination and micro-chipping of pets June 11, in Hometown

Wednesday, June 05, 2019
Patch
by Lorraine Swanson

Cook County Offers Low Cost Rabies And Microchipping Clinic

Cook County Animal and Rabies Control is offering low-cost rabies vaccination and micro-chipping of pets June 11, in Hometown.

By Lorraine Swanson, Patch Staff | |
Cook County Rabies and Animal Control will host low-cost rabies vaccine clinics in summer 2019.
Cook County Rabies and Animal Control will host low-cost rabies vaccine clinics in summer 2019. (Shutterstock)

HOMETOWN, IL -- Cook County Animal and Rabies Control will be offering low-cost rabies vaccine and microchip at clinics throughout the summer and across the county. The rabies vaccines and microchips will be available to all dogs, cats and ferrets.

A low-cost rabies clinic for the area will take place on Tuesday June 11, from 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. at Our Lady of Loretto Church, 8925 S. Kostner Ave., Hometown. The cost of a one-year rabies shot at the clinics is $7 for dogs and cats. A three-year rabies shot is $21. Ferret vaccines, which last one-year, are $9. Only rabies vaccinations are available at the low-cost rabies vaccination clinics.

Microchip implantations are provided at no-cost with a rabies vaccine. The registration of the chip in a national database is $19.95 per animal. Only cash or checks are accepted at the clinics.

Residents must present valid government-issued identification proving Cook County residency at the clinic. A full schedule is posted on the department's website.

In 2018, Cook County Animal and Rabies Control provided more than 4,000 low-cost rabies vaccines to animals across the County. More than 49,000 animals have been vaccinated since the program began in 2006.



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