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Indian Health Services will be holding a free community rabies clinic drive-through event from 3 to 6 p.m., Monday, Nov. 29 at the Tin Shed in Manataba Park. The park is located at Mohave Road and Second Avenue (Agency Road), across the road from the Colorado River Indian Tribes tribal office complex.

Rabies vaccinations will be administered free of charge to all pets by the Arizona State Veterinarian, Dr. Heather Venkat. Pet owners will receive certificate and tag to verify the vaccine. Pets can also be registered with the CRIT Fish & Game Department during the event.

Due to Tribal rules and regulations designed to minimize the spread of the coronavirus, this will be a drive-through only event. Pet owners must stay in their vehicles with their pets at all times. Face masks for humans are required. The entrance will be on Mohave Road with the exit on Second Avenue.

Cats and dogs must be at least 3 months (12 weeks) old for rabies vaccine.


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