News Release

Annual Clinic Offers Pet Licensing, Vaccination and Microchipping

The low-cost clinic returns to the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society on July 20.  

TEMPLE CITY, CA (June 29, 2019)—Temple City pet owners and their furry friends are invited to attend the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society’s annual low-cost rabies vaccination and microchip clinic on Saturday, July 20.

Designed for dogs and cats, the clinic will take place from 1-4 p.m. at the humane society, located at 851 E. Grand Ave. in San Gabriel. A variety of services will be available at inexpensive costs, including $9 rabies vaccinations and $20 microchips with lifetime registration.

Pursuant to California state law, any dog over four months old must be vaccinated for rabies and licensed. Primary rabies shots are valid for one year, with subsequent shots lasting three years. Vaccinations for cats are not required, but will be administered at the clinic.

Residents of Temple City will also be able to obtain or renew low-cost dog licenses at the clinic. License fees are $60 for unaltered dogs and $20 for altered dogs. Seniors 65 years and older are eligible for one discounted altered-dog license for $7.50. If renewing a dog license, please bring your license renewal letter. Dog licenses not renewed by Aug. 1 will be subject to penalty fees.

Dogs must be leashed and cats kept in carriers at all times while on the clinic premises.

For more information, contact the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society at (626) 286-1159.

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