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Veterinarian Kathy Moore and veterinarian technician Casey Friend of Turco Animal Hospital give Chase a rabies vaccine during the Westerly Animal Shelter's rabies clinic for dogs, cats and ferrets on Saturday. The clinic vaccinated 182 animals and for the first time they registered 10 Westerly residents for free spay/neuters. | Christine Corrigan/The Westerly Sun
Bing, a french bulldog was waiting patiently to get his rabies shot with his owner, Sarah Flora of Westerly. Westerly Animal Shelter held a rabies clinic for dogs, cats and ferrets.The fee for the rabies shot was $12.The R.I. Community Spay and Neuter Clinic in Warwick was at this event.This clinic offers subsidized services to pet owners.  The clinic vaccinated 182 animals and for the first time they registered 10 Westerly residents for free spay / neuters.
Christine Corrigan/The Westerly Sun Abby, a cairn terrier was waiting in line to get a rabies shot with her owner, Clasina Schoen of Pawcatuck at Westerly Animal Shelter 's rabies clinic.The fee for the rabies shot was $12.The R.I. Community Spay and Neuter Clinic in Warwick was at this event.This clinic offers subsidized services to pet owners. The clinic vaccinated 182 animals and for the first time they registered 10 Westerly residents for free spay / neuters.
Christine Corrigan/The Westerly Sun Veterinarian,Kathy Moore of Turco Animal Hospital gives a rabies vaccine to Cairo while his owner,Chris Brown of Westerly holds onto him.  Westerly Animal Shelter held a rabies clinic for dogs, cats and ferrets.The fee for the rabies shot was  twelve dollars.The R.I. Community Spay and Neuter Clinic in Warwick was also at this event.This clinic offers subsidized services to pet owners. The clinic vaccinated 182 animals and for the first time they registered 10 Westerly residents for free spay / neuters.
Christine Corrigan/The Westerly Sun Dottie and her owner, Heather Mc Donald of Bradford were waiting in line for a rabies shot with their three cats at a rabies clinic at the Westerly Animal Shelter.The fee for the rabies shot was $12.The R.I. Community Spay and Neuter Clinic in Warwick was also at this event.This clinic offers subsidized services to pet owners and sets up appointments. The clinic vaccinated 182 animals and for the first time they registered 10 Westerly residents for free spay / neuters.
Christine Corrigan/The Westerly Sun

Westerly Animal Shelter Rabies Clinic




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