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Sheriff’s office offers clinics for licensing, vaccinating dogs in unincorporated areas

As part of the new Garfield County Animal Control Resolution, all dogs living in unincorporated Garfield County must be licensed.The license fee is $10 and can be valid for up to three years, or concurrent with the dog’s rabies vaccinations.To promote the licensing requirement of this resolution and in the interest of public health and safety, the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office is holding licensing and vaccination clinics throughout the county. The first clinic is from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, at the Divide Creek Animal Hospital.Senior discounts will be available, and there will be lots of fun for the kids.Future clinics will be Sept. 4 at The Battlement Mesa Activity Center, Oct. 15 at High Tails Inc. in Glenwood Springs, and Nov. 12 at the Garfield County Fairgrounds in Rifle.For further information, call the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office at 945-0453.For further information, call the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office at 945-0453.


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