Microchip & Rabies Vaccinations
According to the American Humane Association, each year more than 10 million pets are lost, the majority never find their owners again. When pets are microchipped, there is a much greater chance they will return home safely if lost. The Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia is pleased to offer low-cost pet microchipping to pet owners in the community.
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It's a big scary world for little lost pets.
According to ASPCA: "Rabies is a viral disease that affects the brain and spinal cord of all mammals, including cats, dogs and humans. This preventable disease has been reported in every state except Hawaii, and annually causes the deaths of more than 50,000 humans and millions of animals worldwide. There’s good reason that the very word “rabies” evokes fear in people—once symptoms appear, rabies is close to 100-percent fatal."
"Rabies is a viral disease that affects the brain and spinal cord of all mammals, including cats, dogs and humans."
1 year Rabies Vaccine: $20.00
3 year Rabies Vaccine: $25.00 (only available with proof of prior 1 year rabies vaccine)
Both Services: $45.00
Both Services (with 3 year rabies vaccine): $50.00
For more information about rabies vaccines or microchipping pets, contact us at 912-264-6246 Extension 111.
How To Obtain A Rabies Vaccination or Microchip
To schedule your pet to receive a rabies vaccination and/or microchipping, please contact our medical department to make an appointment at (912) 264-6246 ext 111. Please leave a message if no one answers your call, as all available staff might be assisting other clients. Scheduled surgery days are particularyly busy. Thank you for your patience.
How old does my pet have to be for a rabies vaccine?
Any pet 12 weeks or older needs a rabies vaccine.
What do I need to bring with us?
Please bring written proof of a previous rabies vaccine if you would like a 3 year rabies vaccine for your pet.
How old does my pet have to be for a microchip?
Any pet over 12 weeks old can be microchipped.
What microchips does HSSCG use?