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Free and low-cost rabies vaccinations available Saturday in Larimer County

Larimer County Humane Society, Fort Collins, C...
Larimer Humane Society, Fort Collins, Colorado (Photo credit: MelvinSchlubman)

Saturday, the Larimer Humane Society along with the Larimer County Veterinary Medical association and local veterinary clinics are offering free and low-cost rabies vaccinations from 9 a.m. to noon.

The American Veterinary Medical Association, Boehringer Ingelheim and Merck Animal Health are providing free vaccines and supplies.


This vaccination day comes after the first outbreak of infected animals in May, a growing number of infected animals and world rabies day on Friday, according to a new release from the Larimer Humane Society.

Cats and dogs can be brought to one of the satellite locations for a free rabies vaccination. Veterinarians’ on-site will do a health check and administer vaccines. If you prefer to see their veterinarian, it is encouraged to do so.

Participating clinics will provide varying promotions, which may include free or reduced cost exams and vaccines and reduced cost testing for other diseases.

Participating locations can be found here.

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