Pet Vaccination Clinic Heading to Meridian Township

Posted at 3:13 PM, Sep 06, 2018
and last updated 2018-09-06 15:13:50-04

Each month Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter hosts a low cost pet vaccination clinic. These clinics are held at various locations around Ingham County. For the month of September, to encourage college students new to the area to get their pets vaccinated licensed, the clinic will be held at the pavilion at Central Park in Meridian Township Friday, September 6th, from 12-4pm.

For Ingham County residents, the rabies vaccines are given at no charge. Additional services including distemper vaccines and microchips are available for $10. Dog licenses are also available to be purchased while at the clinic. Vaccinations are also available to non-county residents for $15. For households interested in getting their pets spayed or neutered, low cost vouchers will be available for purchase at the vaccination clinics, the Ingham County Animal Control Outreach Center (826 W Saginaw, Lansing), and the Ingham County Animal Control Shelter (600 Curtis St, Mason).

For those households driving to the clinic, parking is may be limited, please be aware to park in non-reserved areas. If you are unable to attend this event, the next monthly clinic will be October 5th at the Outreach Center in Lansing.

2018 Dog Licensing Fees:

1 year 1 year delinquent 3 year

Sterilized/Fixed $15.00 $30.00 $35.00

Unsterilized $45.00 $90.00 $125.00

Voucher Program Fees:

Male Female

Cat $20.00 $30.00

Dog $45.00 $50.00

*Voucher fee includes cost of surgery, rabies vaccine, and

distemper vaccine as age appropriate. Surgeries are performed at

participating veterinary clinics.

For more information on discounted adoption fees or other vaccination or sterilization programs at Ingham County Animal Control, contact the shelter at 517-676-8370, visit the ICAC website at, or visit the shelter at 600 Curtis St. in Mason. Ingham County Animal Control is open Tuesday 12-6pm, Wednesday 12-7pm, and Thursday - Monday 1-4pm.

Source: Press Release