VAX-A-PALOOZA AIMS TO SET FIRST WORLD RECORD FOR ANIMALS IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Free vaccines, microchips and more for 2,000 dogs and cats!
(JANUARY 30, 2023 | NORTH CHARLESTON) — Charleston Animal Society’s No Kill South Carolina initiative is aiming to set the first world record for animals in South Carolina.
“This is unprecedented. This will involve 2,000 dogs and cats from South Carolina, as we race to break the World Record for the Most Pet Vaccine Pledges in 24 hours,” said Charleston Animal Society President and CEO Joe Elmore, CAWA, CFRE. “Everyone with a pet is invited to attend our Vax-a-palooza on February 18th at the North Charleston Coliseum/Convention Center.”
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You can make appointments for more than one animal. Each animal will receive $150 in free services including a microchip and lifesaving vaccinations.
“Even if your dog or cat is updated on their vaccines, Vax-a-palooza will offer a free microchip that helps to find lost animals. We will also help you verify your pet’s current microchip if they already have one,” Elmore said. “Microchips are so important during hurricane season when so many pets are lost during evacuations.”
Those in attendance will also receive a free emergency Pet Grab ‘n Go bag and be signed up for Petco Love Lost which uses facial recognition to find lost animals.
The purpose of Vax-a-palooza is to: