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Falls City animal clinic set

(KLZA)--Falls City residents will be able to get their animals' shots and licenses at the same location Friday evening from 6 – 7 at Prichard Auditorium.

Animal Health Center staff will give the shots and Police Department staff will issue the animal licenses.

City ordinance requires all dogs and casts within the city limits, 6-months or age or older to be licensed.  Licenses expire May 1st of each year.  Owners will need to submit a current rabies vaccination certificate.  Spayed or neutered pet licesnes are $11.  Male and female pets at $21. Prices include the Department of Agriculture tax.  

An additional $10 fee sill be charged for delinquent licenses.  

The cost for the rabies vaccination will be $15.  Other vaccinations may also be available.  The costs for the city license and shots must be paid separately.  


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