Pet parents take note: the Wisconsin Humane Society is holding discount vaccine clinics on two Thursdays this month.

Keeping pets safe from viruses and bug-borne diseases can get pricey, so WHS offers low-cost clinics to help families keep their fur-family members up-to-date on their shots. This month, pet-parents can visit the Chicory Road location in Mount Pleasant from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Thursday and again on Sept. 17.

“Join us … Thursday in Racine to keep your animals safe and healthy,” WHS posted on their Facebook page.

In order to attend the clinics, pet-parents need to be mindful of the following:

  • Dogs should be on leashes, and cats should be in carriers
  • Bring any prior vaccine records
  • This is first-come, first served so there could be a wait
  • All animals must be in good health
  • Animals cannot be pregnant
  • Veterinary staff must be able to safely handle pets
  • Only animal owners can consent to medical care


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