AWWW! Look at the cute puppy. If you haven't heard the exciting news (at least for the Taylor family), Traci has been a proud pet owner since November. They have a Goldendoodle puppy named Harper and they absolutely love the newest addition to their crew.

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Harper is probably too young to take advantage of the latest offer by the Broome County Humane Society but when it's time, I'm sure the puppy will be taking a trip to Conklin Avenue and the Broome County Humane Society (BCHS).

They have announced the dates for their rabies & distemper vaccine clinics. It's for dogs and cats and they are offering four chances to bring your pet in the next couple of months.

Broome County Humane Society Rabies & Distemper Vaccine Clinics

The first vaccine clinic will happen on Tuesday, January 10th at the Broome County Humane Society at 167 Conklin Avenue in Binghamton from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Dogs are to be on a secure leash (no retractable leashes) and cats must be in carriers.

One adult per species is required and there is a separate entrance for the dogs and cats. To see what entrance that you should take for your animal, go here. Puppies and kittens have to be at least 3 months old for the rabies vaccine and at least 8 weeks old for the distemper vaccine.

Vaccinations are first come, first serve and when the doses are gone, the clinic will close. A $5 donation is requested but not required for each vaccination.

BCHS Rabies & Distemper Vaccine Clinic Dates

If you can't make it on January 10th, here are the other dates that the clinic will take place

Tuesday February 7th
Tuesday, March 7th
Tuesday, April 4th

All the clinics will be held at the Broome County Humane Society, 167 Conklin Avenue in Binghamton from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

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