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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Low Cost Vaccinations in Grandview, Missouri-April 4

GRANDVIEW, Mo. - An annual program meant to help provide low-cost vaccinations for pets will take place Saturday, April 4 in Grandview.

The "Pets Helping People" event provides rabies vaccination for cats and dogs for $5 per pet and 2 canned good items. The event will also provide spay and neuter vouchers and microchips at a reasonable cost.

More than 400 pets were vaccinated last year and they are expecting a larger crowd this year. "The rabies vaccine is such a small part of what we are able to do. The pet needs the vaccine but the owner needs good information about health and wellness. It is a valuable opportunity to have face-to-face communication about the importance of spaying and neutering," says Dr. Abby Snyder from Grandview Animal Hospital.

"We know Pets Helping People has a positive impact on those of us who participate, the pets that are vaccinated that day and on those in the community helped by GAP." she adds.

The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Conn West Elementary, 1100 High Grove Rd. in Grandview. The City of Grandview is one of the sponsors, but you do not have to be a Grandview resident to participate.

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