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Free vaccinations to fight Rabies

10 October 2011 No Comment

The most effective form of rabies prevention is to vaccinate animals against the disease.
According to law all dogs and cats have to be vaccinated against Rabies.
The Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (GDARD) and the SAVA have joined forces to tackle this problem. 
Started on 1 September 2011 until 31 October 2011, certain private veterinary practices in Gauteng have agreed to provide FREE Rabies vaccinations to all dogs and cats older than three months and those that have not had a rabies vaccination within the last three years. 
The campaign will offer FREE Rabies vaccinations only. Should the vaccination turn into a consultation with other issues being discussed pertaining to your pet, it is at the vet’s discretion to charge a consultation fee. 
Centurion Residents can visit the following veterinarians during the rabies campaign:
Bakenkop Dierehospitaal; Panorama Vet Clinic; Pierre van Ryneveld Vet Clinic and Raslouw Dierekliniek
For more information and a full list of participating veterinarians visit their website www.sava.co.za

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