Ozaukee Campus offers vaccine clinic for low-income families
College students, people on fixed incomes may qualify
Saukville - The Wisconsin Humane Society has a new program to help families access low-cost vaccines for their animals at the Ozaukee Campus. Through the program, WHS veterinary staff members provide dogs or cats with rabies and distemper (DHPP or FVRCP) vaccines, in addition to microchipping. The cost of each individual vaccine is $15 each, or $25 for the rabies/distemper combination. Microchipping costs $25.
The program serves animals from low-income households. To qualify for the program, you must be a Wisconsin resident and demonstrate financial need by presenting one of the following: college/university student ID, letter confirming current unemployment compensation, Forward card or proof of state medical benefits, Quest card or proof of state food assistance, Wisconsin Works statement, Social Security letter or statement, Kinship Care statement, or proof of income demonstrating yearly household income 70% of poverty level or below.
How do I get my low-cost vaccine?
To sign up or get more information, call the WHS Ozaukee Campus at 262-988-5966. The next upcoming vaccine dates are Thursday, November 21 and Thursday, December 19.
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- Monday, November 11, 2013
- For Immediate Release
- Media Contact: Angela Speed