06 May 2016

Strong Start for Ontario Rabies Clinics

In Ontario 331 dogs and 83 cats are now safe from rabies - at a very affordable price - thanks to three low cost rabies clinics last weekend.

As well, 152 pets have lifetime protection through the HomeSafe™ Return to Owner (RTO) service.

Dr. Jeff Rabinovich
The team of Dr. Jeff Rabinovich from the Bridletowne Warden Animal Hospital, PJ’s Pets, PetCulture and HomeSafe™ will continue to provide low cost rabies vaccines, microchips and subscriptions this weekend.

Clinics will be held at PJ’s Pets in Brampton May 7th from noon until 4pm, at Peculture in Waterloo May 8th from 10am until 1pm, and Petculture in Kitchener from 2pm until 5pm. See complete schedule here.

The cost is $25 per rabies vaccine, $25 per microchip/HomeSafe™ registration combo, or $50 for both including HST (cash only).

With the upcoming closure of a large number of PJ’s Pet and Petculture stores, pet owners expressed their hope there will be new locations for the clinics in the future.

“One lady in for a microchip plus HomeSafe subscription, was in tears thanking us because this was the only way she would be able to afford this, and she really wanted the peace of mind afforded by chipping and registration,” said Rabinovich.

HomeSafe™ is North America’s only Automated National Online Registry and Lifetime Return to Owner (RTO) service for pets. Pet owners use any online device to maintain current information about their pet without charge during a lifetime of human/animal experiences.

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