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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ­ December 21, 2010 CONTACT: Bill Anstey Kent County Health Department (616) 632-7278 [email protected] Dr. Wendy Swift Interim Executive Director Humane Society of West Michigan (616) 791-8218 [email protected]

Humane Society and Animal Shelter to Host Low-Cost Vaccine and Dog Licensing Clinic

(GRAND RAPIDS) ­ December 21, 2010) --- The Kent County Animal Shelter and Humane Society of West Michigan are teaming up to host low-cost vaccination and dog licensing clinics on Saturday, January 8 and February 19 from noon to 3 pm at the Kent County Animal Shelter, 740 Fuller Avenue NE, Grand Rapids, MI. These clinics are open to all dogs in the West Michigan area. At the clinic the Humane Society will offer distemper vaccinations for $10, microchipping for $10, and rabies vaccinations for $15. This clinic is for dogs only and will only be offered to those purchasing or renewing their dog license. No appointment is necessary. Dog licenses are $11 for altered dogs and $24 for unaltered dogs. For senior owners (62+), licenses are $6 for altered dogs and $12 for unaltered dogs. All prices double after March 1 and owners are subject to citation and/or misdemeanor charges. All licenses require proof of current rabies vaccine and spay/neuter status. Licenses are also available at the Kent County Animal Shelter and Humane Society of West Michigan. For more information on the dog licensing vaccination clinics, please call Humane Society of West Michigan at (616) 453-8900 extension 210 or the Kent County Animal Shelter at (616) 632-7300. ### About the Kent County Health Department: KCHD has been in the business of providing health services to the whole of Kent County since 1931. The Health Department is home to nearly 260 employees including public health nurses, sanitarians, health educators, technicians, public health administrators, and the Kent County Animal Shelter. The Health Department operates four satellite clinics located in Wyoming, Kentwood, Rockford, and the Westside of Grand Rapids. To learn more about KCHD and our services, visit www.accesskent.com/health. About the Humane Society: Founded in 1883, Humane Society of West Michigan is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to promoting the humane treatment and responsible care of animals in West Michigan through education, example, placement, and protection. For more information call (616) 4538900, visit the Humane Society at 3077 Wilson NW, Grand Rapids, or visit www.hswestmi.org.

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