Frazier Park pet clinic scheduled to help unincorporated county residents

Frazier Park pet clinic scheduled to help unincorporated county residents

Kern County Supervisor David Couch and Kern County Animal Services will host the clinic to provide cheap vaccinations and microchipping services.
FRAZIER PARK, Calif. – Kern County Animal Services and 4th District County Supervisor David Couch will be holding a vaccination, licensing, and microchipping clinic for Frazier Park area residents and their pets.

The clinic will be held Saturday, Sept. 13 at Frazier Mountain Park from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Microchips will be provided at no cost, DHPP and FVRCP vaccinations will be $3 each.  Rabies vaccinations will be $5 for those who purchase a Kern County dog license at the time of vaccination.

Rabies vaccinations for cats will be $5 and not require the purchase of a license.

Supervisor Couch will be present at the clinic to distribute spay and neuter vouchers for qualifying unincorporated residents living in the 4th district.

Information on upcoming clinics can be found at the KCAS website, or by calling 661-868-7100.

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