Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control Holds Free Vaccination Clinic


DATE: Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2019

TIME: 3:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Parking Lot at corner of Arwell Ct. & Pioneer Dr. (old Pioneer Pool) 

Dogs in your neighborhood have died recently of parvovirus, a HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS DISEASE AMONG DOGS that makes them extremely sick and is usually fatal. The county also has several cases annually of rabies in wild animals and/or pets. Rabies is fatal to both animals and humans.

To help protect the dogs of Still Meadows, Spring Meadow and The Orchards (previously known as Pioneer City) and their owners, Anne Arundel County is offering FREE vaccinations for your dogs to protect them from parvovirus and/or rabies.  

Owners who came to the free clinic on Oct. 15, 2019 should bring their dogs back to this clinic to receive a second parvo vaccination that will strengthen the dogs’ protection against this disease (please bring the certificate you got Oct. 15.)

This clinic is for dogs only. Dogs should be on leash and under control. Owner identification required for your pets’ vaccination certificates.

Animals from outside the area should NOT be brought to the clinic as it would increase their risk of exposure to the deadly parvo virus.

Access press release here.

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