If you have a pet that needs its vaccinations and a microchip, take advantage of the El Paso Animal Services Drive-Thru Vaccination/Microchip Clinic this weekend.

The drive-thru clinic will be held at the parking lot of the Socorro Activities Complex. You will have to enter the parking lot south of the SAC, through Southview Drive only and you will have to wear a mask or face covering.

There will be no appointments for this first-come, first-served event and spots are limited to the first 500 pets. When you drive up, keep your pet in your vehicle. If you have a dog, it has to be on a leash. If you have a cat, they have to be in a secure carrier.

Dogs will get their parvo/distemper vaccination and cats will get a feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia (FVRCP) vaccination. Dogs and cats will be microchipped and your furbaby will get a gallon-bag of food per pet. Those are the only vaccinations that will be given at the event.

Make sure you bring plenty of water for your pets to stay hydrated and cool because this is summer in El Paso and it will be a hot wait. Getting these vaccines and microchips are so important for your pet. You want to make sure their health is protected and the microchip will help you recover your furbaby if they should get away from you.

WHAT: Drive-Thru Vaccination/Microchip Clinic
WHEN: 8 a.m. to noon on Sunday, June 14
WHERE: Socorro Activities Complex (1300 Joe Battle Blvd.)