Annual rabies clinic April 25 in Rangely

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RANGELY — The Rangely Animal Shelter, in conjunction with the Rangely Police Department, will again sponsor its annual rabies clinic.
The event is Saturday, April 25 from 1-4 p.m. (after the health fair) at Rangely Fire Hall on East Main Street.
The veterinarians from Vernal Countryside Clinic will be administering shots and microchips.
All shots will be at reduced prices and microchipping will be the added feature.
Free town animal licenses (dogs and cats) will be issued when accompanied with current rabies certification.
All animals must be in a carrier (preferably cats) or on a lead. All handlers must be able to keep their animal in control at all times. Any animals causing a disturbance will be removed from the area, for safety reasons.
The shelter invites anyone interested in advertising their business or showing or promoting their organizations, to please bring a small table and there will be a place inside for you to set up your display. Examples include groomers, kennels, animal shelters, 4-H groups, Girl and Boy Scouts, etc.—anyone who has something to do with animals. No RSVP necessary for the event.
There will be a bake sale so bring your money; all proceeds will go to the animal shelter.
For more information, call 629-1314.