Angels of Assisi bringing mobile Pet Health Clinic to Craig County Friday

Alleghany Highlands News

CRAIG COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — Angels of Assisi’s mobile clinic will be making a trip to Craig County on Friday to host a Pet Health Clinic, providing affordable vaccinations, preventative care, and exams for sick pets.

The shelter says the clinic will be held at the Volunteer Fire Department at 443 Conrad Street in New Castle from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 13.

Angels of Assisi, the event is open to all cats and dogs, with no appointments necessary.

“Angels of Assisi seeks to change the traditional definition of an animal shelter by offering services and programs to benefit the community, the people that live there, and the pets they love,” Angels of Assisi said in a statement earlier this week. “Through Pet Health Clinics, Angels of Assisi can provide high accessibility to residents who would not usually have access to low-cost veterinary care for their pets.”

Rabies, Parvo, and Distemper vaccines, as well as a microchip, cost $25 as a package deal, but $10 separately. Meanwhile, a sick pet exam costs $10 — plus the cost of any necessary medications — and there will be flea, tick, and heartworm prevention medications available for sale.

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