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The city of Oak Ridge will have a rabies shot and microchip clinic for dogs and cats on Feb. 26.
The event will be in the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter at 395 Belgrade Road from noon to 5 p.m.
Rabies shots are required yearly of all domestic animals in Tennessee. Microchip identification products assist in the quick and efficient return of pets to their owners.
“City staff members are trained to scan every animal that comes into the shelter as an attempt to locate a rightful owner,” said Oak Ridge Police Sgt. Shannah Newman.
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