Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA Holding Microchipping, Vaccination Drop-in ClinicPosted: Updated:
02/01/2018 Release from the Charlottes-Albemarle SPCA:
The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA is proud to offer microchipping and rabies vaccination drop-in clinics to the greater Charlottesville-Albemarle community.
The next clinic will be held this Sunday, February 4, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 3355 Berkmar Drive.
The CASPCA encourages pet owners to have their animal microchipped and vaccinated. One in three pets will be lost in their lifetime and without identification, 90 percent will never return home. A current rabies vaccine is required by Virginia state law for all cats and dogs over four months of age. Residents of the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County can purchase a 2017 dog license during the microchip and rabies clinic. Bring your pet’s previous proof of rabies vaccination to receive a three-year rabies vaccine.
- Rabies vaccine: $30 | With proof of public assistance: $10
- Microchip: $25 | With proof of public assistance: $10
- Rabies vaccine & microchip: $40 | With proof of public assistance: $15
Additionally, on Sunday February 4, Petography Cville is hosting a sold out Valentine’s mini session at the CASPCA. A generous percentage of the proceeds will be donated back to the shelter. To learn more about Petography Cville please visit https://www.petographycville.com/.