PHOENIX -- Are your pets up-to-date on their vaccinations? The folks at the Arizona Animal Welfare League are making it easier for pet owners, as they offer a regular series of low-cost vaccine and microchip clinic.
But first thing's first: this week's sweet animal up for adoption!
On Tuesday's Good Morning Arizona, AAWL's Shannon Nalley introduced us to "Brazil," a three-month-old terrier mix who is looking for a new home.
His brothers and sisters have already been adopted out, but Brazil had to spend a little time in the infirmary before he was ready to find a new family. "All of his litter-mates have been adopted," says Nalley. "Now he is ready to go up for adoption."
"He's sweet, and he's very smart, " Nalley went on to describe Brazil. "He loves kisses. He already knows 'sit.' He is great with other dogs." She also thinks Brazil would do well around cats.
Owners should always make sure their animal's shots are current. The Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA offers WALK-IN vaccinations and microchips to the public about every 3 weeks. No appointment is necessary. Services are provided on a walk in basis.
Veterinarians are not available for consultations, to diagnose, treat, or prescribe medications for any ailments during our walk-in vaccination clinic dates and times.
Dogs: Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella
Cats: Rabies, FeLV, FVRCP
All Vaccines are: $15 each or all 3 for *$40 (*same pet)
Microchips: *$20.00 each *(includes registration)
Please call ahead to confirm our vaccine clinic dates and times 602-358-7267.
For information on the clinics or on adopting Brazil or another pet, visit AAWL.org, or visit the shelter at 25 North 40th St. in Phoenix.