UNC Asheville Hosts June 7 Rabies Clinic for Dogs and Cats

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The UNC Asheville Police Department will host a rabies clinic for dogs and cats on Saturday, June 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Enter the campus from the W.T. Weaver Boulevard rotary and bear left at the top of the hill to find the rabies clinic in parking lots P25 and P26.

This event is open to the public and will include family-friendly activities such as a band performance by The Melons, a band featuring UNC Asheville students, ice cream from The Hop, and a chance for kids to climb aboard Engine No. 7 from the Asheville Fire Department.

The clinic also provides a chance to meet UNC Asheville's beloved mascot Rocky, a rescued white Victorian bulldog. Brother Wolf Animal Rescue and the Asheville Humane Society will be on hand with pets to adopt.

The clinic will be administered by Appalachian Animal Hospital. Canine rabies shots for one or three years are $10; DAPP or DALPP are $15; and Bordatella is $15. Feline rabies vaccinations for one or three years are $10; and FVRCP/FELV are $20.  Dogs must be on a leash at all times, and cats are required to be in carriers. 

For more information about the rabies clinic, contact the UNC Asheville Police Department at 828.251.6710.

For more information about rabies in Buncombe County, visit the Department of Health website.