The Humane Society of Harford County Hosting Winter Pet Vaccine Clinic

Affordable Vaccine & Microchip Clinic Coming to Fallston February 10

For Immediate Release

Erin Long, Marketing & Development Manager | Humane Society of Harford County
410-836-1090, x106 | [email protected]


Dr. Traia Roper, medical director at HSHC, examines a cat before administering vaccinations.

Fallston, MD (January 9, 2024) – The Humane Society of Harford County (HSHC), in partnership with the Harford County Health Department, is hosting the next public pet vaccination clinic on Saturday, February 10, 2024 from 10am-2pm at the Fallston Volunteer Fire & Ambulance Company, 2201 Carrs Mill Road, Fallston, MD 21047. Vaccines, nail trims and microchips will be given on a first come, first-served basis and appointments are not required. Payment is via cash or a major credit card.

“Pets are family members and they deserve to be healthy,” said Bob Citrullo, executive director at HSHC. “Our goal is to make core vaccines affordable for pet parents who are experiencing financial challenges and are unable to afford a regular relationship with a veterinarian.”

The clinic will offer distemper and Bordetella for dogs, distemper for cats, and rabies vaccines for dogs, cat, and ferrets. Vaccines are $10 each. Pets can also be microchipped at the clinic for $25. In addition, Heart to Heart Mobile Pet Care, LLC will be onsite, offering nail trims for $20 per animal.

Animals must be at least 4 months old to be vaccinated. To ensure the safety of everyone, dogs must be on a non-retractable leash with a properly fitted collar, and cats and ferrets must be safely contained inside a carrier. Your pet’s most recent previous rabies certificate with veterinarian’s signature or stamp must be presented to receive a 3-year rabies vaccination.

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About the Humane Society of Harford County
The Humane Society of Harford County, Inc., is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to the welfare and well-being of the approximately 2,500 animals that arrive each year. HSHC promotes the kind treatment of homeless, stray and abandoned animals by providing shelter, care, adoptions, and community education. HSHC is not a county agency nor is it affiliated with any national or regional organization. Tax-deductible donations, bequests, and proceeds from events are crucial to its life-saving efforts on behalf of the animals in the community.