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Posted on: February 13, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Burlington Animal Services Announces Rabies and Microchip Clinic Dates


Burlington Animal Services has announced the dates of multiple low-cost rabies clinics being hosted in 2015. New this year, Burlington Animal Services will be offering low-cost microchips during the rabies clinics. One-year rabies vaccinations will be available during the clinics for only $5.00 and microchips, including chip registration, will be available for only $20.00. If pets are not due for rabies vaccination, they may still get a microchip at the clinic.

Rabies vaccination and microchip clinics will be held at the Burlington Animal Services’ Pet Adoption Center (221 Stone Quarry Road, Haw River) on the following dates and times.

March 28 9am – 11am
May 30 9am – 11am
July 25 8:30am – 10:30am
September 12 9am – 11am

Low-cost rabies clinics will also be held on April 25th from 9am – 1pm at Alamance County Environmental Health (209 N. Graham-Hopedale Road, Burlington) and during the week of April 27th – May 2nd at participating Alamance County Veterinary Clinics which will be listed at

“This is a great value and an excellent permanent form of identification for your pet,” says Jessica Arias, Burlington Animal Services Director, about the addition of microchipping availability to the rabies clinics.

Cats must be in carriers and dogs must be on leashes at the vaccination clinics. Questions may be directed to Burlington Animal Services at (336) 578-0343. Additional information is also available online at

Keeping pets vaccinated against rabies is not only a component of responsible pet ownership, it is also the law. North Carolina law requires that all owned dogs, cats, and ferrets must be vaccinated against rabies by four months of age.

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