MASON, Mich. — Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter (ICACS) is hosting a drive-through clinic for dogs only on Wednesday, June 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Ingham County Fairgrounds. The clinic will provide free rabies vaccinations and the opportunity to purchase dog licenses. No distemper vaccinations or microchips will be sold at this clinic.
The cost of a one-year dog license is $15 if the dog has already been spayed or neutered, and $45 if not. Three-year licenses are available if there are three years remaining on the dogs’ rabies vaccination. The cost of a three-year license for a dog that has been spayed or neutered is $35, and $125 if not.
Michigan law states that every owned dog must have a dog license for the county they reside in. In Ingham County, it is a misdemeanor offense if your dog does not have a license. All dogs in Ingham County must have a current dog tag affixed to their collar at all time.
Licenses may also be purchased through mail at the downtown Lansing treasurer’s office, the Mason treasurer’s office or in person at ICACS. Licenses may also be purchased at participating veterinarians. You can click here for more information.
Cars are asked to enter the fairgrounds off Kipp Road and exit on Ash Street. The clinic will be held in the brick barn just south of the fair office. All participants will be asked COVID-19 screening questions and be required to wear a mask.
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