Humane Society to Host Rabies Clinic in Nashua April 26

The rabies clinic on April 26 is open to dogs or cats only.

The Humane Society is pleased to host a rabies clinic in downtown Nashua open to all local residents. The clinic will be held on Saturday, April 26 from 9am-noon outside in the parking lot behind City Hall located on Elm Street in Nashua. Please make sure that your pet is under your control, and able to handle the outdoor, busy environment before bringing them.

Owners are invited to bring their leashed dogs (no flexi-leads please) and cats in a secure carrier to receive the rabies vaccine for $10 per pet. Please note, animals that appear ill will not be vaccinated. Guests will be served on a first come, first serve basis. All rabies vaccine certificates will be written as one year certificates unless the owner presents a signed, current rabies certificate for the dog or cat at the time of the clinic. Rabies tags alone will not be sufficient proof of a rabies vaccine. New certificates for animals with signed, current rabies certificates will be written as three year certificates.

HSFN cares for many of Southern NH’s homeless and neediest pets, and we are pleased to be able to offer this service to the community. Not only is the rabies vaccine required by law, it is a public safety precaution for people and pets alike. Indoor pets are also required have a rabies vaccine. For any questions about the clinic please send an email or call us at (603) 889-2275 ext. 21.