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Last updated: August 04. 2014 2:49PM - 201 Views
By Suzanna Brabant



Kelsey Glass with her two puppies Mojo and Diogi. In the background, Levi is getting ready for his shots.
Kelsey Glass with her two puppies Mojo and Diogi. In the background, Levi is getting ready for his shots.
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The Lafayette Tractor Store hosted a low-cost vaccination clinic on Saturday, August 2nd. Dr. Lei Bridwell from the Banfield Pet Hospital in Mt. Juliet was on hand to give exams and vaccinations. Microchips, de-worming, heartworm testing for dogs and leukemia and aids testing for cats were available at a lower than normal rate and pet owners could request a complete physical examination for their dogs or cats. Heartworm, flea and tick preventatives were offered at a significant discount as were vaccines and microchips.


“It’s a good deal,” Lydia from Lafayette said. She brought her dog Levi to the clinic for a full set of vaccines, which Levi thought was just fine until he got the bordetella up his nose. After that, he was ready to go home and get his promised biscuit. The mobile clinic will return to the Lafayette Tractor Store on August 30th. No appointment necessary.


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