Free Microchip & Vaccine Clinic

Up-Cycled Pets, a local pet foster-care network, will stage a “Microchip and Vaccine Clinic” 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 18 at the St. Joseph County Fairgrounds.

The service is offered at no charge; participants are urged to enter the fairgrounds off Franklin Street and then look for the Up-Cycled Pets banner.

The event benefitted more than 300 animals last year.

Up-Cycled Pets was the recent recipient of a grant to perform the free clinic and has partnered with Kalamazoo County Humane Society, which will provide its mobile unit and staff to perform services of microchips, rabies and 5-way vaccinations.

St. Joseph County residents wishing to participate must bring their pet on a leash and provide vaccination history (if available), telephone number and a driver’s license, state-issued ID or a recent utility bill for the microchip information.

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