VICTORVILLE – Do you reside in the City of Victorville and have a dog that is not yet licensed? Reduce the risk of a hefty $366.80 fine for having an unlicensed dog, by getting your dog licensed on Saturday, October 15, 2016.
The dog licensing on low-cost vaccination clinic provided by the City of Victorville Animal Care and Control Division and will be at the City of Victorville Public Works Yard from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Public Works Yard is located at 14177 McArt Road.
Although the low-cost vaccinations will be available for all High Desert residents, dog licensing is done per city; therefore, will only be available for Victorville residents. Rabies shots, which are required for licensing are only $7, while vaccinations for Bordetella and DHPP will be offered at a reduced cost. Only cash will be accepted for these vaccinations while licensing can be paid with cash, check, or credit card.
All dogs must be crated or leashed and must be accompanied by an adult owner. If your dog already has a rabies shot, bring your certificate, proof of residence, spay/neuter certificate (if applicable) and a valid driver’s license or state-issued ID. For more information about this dog licensing and shot clinic, or to learn how to license your dog prior to the event, call City of Victorville Animal Care and Control at (760) 955-5089.
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