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Metro Councilman Robin Engel to host District 22 Metro Animal Services Rabies, License and Microchip Clinic and S.P.O.T. Mobile Adoption Program

Thursday July 30, 2009

Louisville Metro Council
Media Advisory
For Immediate Release                                                                  
Media Contact:  Stephen Haag, Jr.
574-1204 / 645-1752       

Councilman Robin Engel welcomes Louisville Metro Animal Services S.P.O.T. (Stop Pet Overpopulation Today) mobile unit Tuesday, August 4, 2009 between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Fern Creek Community Center (6104 Bardstown Road) at the annual District 22 Animal Services Rabies, License and Microchip Clinic.

Pet owners will are able to have their cat, dog or ferret vaccinated, licensed or implanted with a microchip during this clinic. All services will be offered on a first come, first serve basis. Please remember that all restraint laws apply: your cat, dog or ferret must be restrained by leash or carrier. For more information, call 574-SPOT (574-7768) or the Office of District 22 Metro Councilman Robin Engel at 574-1122.


Cost: For an altered cat, dog, or ferret:

(If the animal has never been licensed with Metro Animal Services before,

you must bring proof of spay/neuter surgery.)

·         1-year rabies vaccination and 1-year license: $17.50

·         3-year rabies vaccination and 3-year license: $36.50

* Only available for animals which have a current rabies vaccination

·         Microchip with national registration: $35.00


Cost: For an unaltered cat, dog, or ferret:

·         1-year rabies vaccination and 1-year license: $58.50

         * Unaltered animals are not eligible for 3-year licenses

           * Only valid for previously licensed unaltered pets

·         Licensing of  unaltered animals

·         Microchip with national registration: $35.00

Robin Engel (R) 22