Pet registration starts in Marikina
The City Veterinary Office (CVO) of Marikina City announced the start of the Annual Pet Registration and Vaccination Against Rabies Program.
The first batch would be held for residents in Barangay San Roque starting today, Friday, August 30 from 8 AM until 5 PM along Batang Kubo Santisimo St. corner Kapt. Miyong.
Other locations that are also scheduled today from 8:00 to 12:00 noon are in Midtown I Chapel, Open Court in Pambuli St., and Tagisan St.
The CVO will also undertake free vaccination of these pets upon registration to prevent the spread of “rabies” and other animal diseases to humans.
For the new applicants, the requirements for the registration of their pets include a duly accomplished registration form from the CVO, photo of the dog and cat (full body and side view, 3R size), a 2x2 photo of the owner and P75 registration fee.
For those renewing their pet registration, they must present the dog tag and old registration papers, duly accomplished application form from the CVO and a P75 registration fee.
The pet owners are also required to bring with them the photocopy of the certificate (or proof) of anti-rabies vaccination. If the dogs have not yet been given anti-rabies vaccination, the owners must bring these pets for free vaccination.
Below is the schedule of today’s pet registration and vaccination for residents in Barangay San Roque.
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