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City Of Great Falls Animal Shelter Offers Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic

Avatar By Zach Anderson Sep13,2023

City Of Great Falls Animal Shelter Offers Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic In Commemoration Of World Rabies Day

GREAT FALLS, MONTANA — In recognition of World Rabies Day on September 28th, the City of Great Falls Animal Shelter is proud to announce a free rabies vaccination clinic. This event aims to raise awareness about the importance of rabies prevention and commemorate the groundbreaking work of Louis Pasteur, who developed the first rabies vaccine in 1885. World Rabies Day is observed globally every year on September 28th, highlighting the significance of rabies prevention worldwide.

Rabies, identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as one of the deadliest infectious disease on the planet, is entirely preventable through vaccination. The City of Great Falls Animal Shelter is committed to making rabies vaccinations accessible to all pet owners in the community as part of their efforts to promote public health.

Event Details:Date: September 28th, 2023Time: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PMLocation: City of Great Falls Animal Shelter, 1010 25th Ave NE, Great Falls, Montana

This clinic will provide free rabies vaccinations to cats and dogs. It will operate on a first-come, first-served basis, with registration closing promptly at 6:15 PM. Cat owners are requested to bring their feline companions in carriers, while dog owners must ensure that their dogs are well-controlled on leashes or placed in kennels.

“We are thrilled to host this free rabies vaccination clinic in honor of World Rabies Day,” said Laramie Smovir, Volunteer Coordinator at the City of Great Falls Animal Shelter. ” Rabies is a preventable disease, and we encourage all pet owners to take advantage of this opportunity to protect their beloved pets and contribute to public health.”

For more information about the event or any inquiries, please visit the City of Great Falls Animal Shelter’s website at https://greatfallsmt.net/animalshelter or contact the shelter directly at 406-454-2276.

Join us on September 28th as we come together to commemorate World Rabies Day, promote rabies prevention, and celebrate responsible pet ownership. Together, we can make a difference in the fight against rabies.

Zach Anderson
Author: Zach Anderson


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