DHA to host first Sussex County Vaccination Clinic since the reopening of their new state-of-the-art adoption center in March 2021
REHOBOTH BEACH, DE, July 5, 2021 – Delaware Humane Association (DHA), a statewide animal welfare organization with adoption centers in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, is hosting a low-cost vaccination clinic open to the public at their Rehoboth Beach Adoption Center (18675 Coastal Highway, Suite 8 in Rehoboth Beach) on Wednesday, July 14 from 4-6 PM. The clinic will offer pet health services such as low-cost vaccinations, microchipping, and more. This Vaccination Clinic will be the first Sussex County clinic DHA has hosted since reopening its doors in April, after their state-of-the art renovation of the Adoption Center.
Sussex County pet owners can receive the following services and products for their cats and dogs at DHA’s clinic:
- Rabies and distemper vaccinations – $20 each
- Bordetella vaccinations (dogs only) – $15 each
- Microchips (permanent identification for pet/owner reunion) – $25 each
- General dewormer (2 doses; 2nd will be sent home for you to administer at a later date) – $5
- State dog licenses – Cost varies; payment is accepted separately (please visit delawarehumane.org/dog-licensing for more info).
DHA kindly asks for one customer per patient. When arriving at DHA, folks will be asked to remain in their car until a staff member comes outside to greet you. If you or someone in your household is sick, please come back to a later clinic or have someone else come in your place. Clinics are first come, first served. Cash is preferred; however, DHA also accepts checks. No other forms of payment are accepted at this time. Cats must be in hard plastic or cardboard carriers, and dogs must be wearing a collar and non-retractable leash. Your pet’s most recent previous rabies certificate with veterinarian’s signature or stamp must be presented to receive a 3-year rabies vaccination. Those with any additional questions can call DHA’s Rehoboth Beach Adoption Center at 302-200-7159.
DHA embodies the spirit “making friends for life” by connecting animals in need with loving members of the Sussex County and larger Delaware communities. It’s because of DHA’s supporters that they are able to continue to support homeless or injured animals and find loving families to care for them. To learn more about DHA’s Vaccination Clinics please visit: delawarehumane.org/services/vaccination-clinics/. To learn more about DHA’s lifesaving services including adoption, low cost spay/neuter and training, in addition to adoptable pets and more, please visit delawarehumane.org.
About Delaware Humane Association
Delaware Humane Association (DHA), located in both Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, is a nonprofit, no-kill animal care and adoption center. DHA’s mission is to make “friends for life” by connecting people with animals, and by building strong relationships to better serve the community. DHA is committed to providing for the needs of homeless and owned dogs and cats by providing temporary shelter, affordable spay and neuter services, low cost vaccination clinics, a pet food pantry, adoption and placement resources, and more. For more information, or to donate, visit delawarehumane.org and connect on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @delawarehumane.