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Press Release

Release Date: April 10, 2019

by Chickasaw Nation Media Relations Office



  • Native American pet owners are invited to bring cats and dogs of all sizes to one of the many rabies clinics to be offered in the next few weeks. Vaccinations will be given to the animals at no charge.

Native American pet owners are invited to bring their cats and dogs for no cost vaccinations at one of several rabies clinics planned within the Chickasaw Nation. Participants should bring CDIB or tribal citizenship cards. Vaccination quantities are limited.

Ada
April 24 and May 15
The Chickasaw Nation Landscaping Building in Ada
529 S. Latta Road
Contact: (580) 436-7256

Connerville
April 26
10 a.m.-noon
Connerville Senior Center
6700 N. Highway 377
Contact: (580) 371-9512

Ardmore
April 26
10 a.m.-noon
Ardmore Area Office
309 N. Washington St.
Contact: (580) 226-4821

Kingston
May 3
10 a.m.-noon
Marshall County Community Center
10932 Enos Road
Contact: (580) 371-9512

Duncan
May 7
10 a.m.-noon
Duncan Area Office
1911 W. Plato Road
Contact: (580) 470-2131

Sulphur
May 8
10 a.m.-noon
Murray County Expo Center
4000 W. Highway 7
Contact: (580) 622-2888

Pauls Valley
May 15
10 a.m.-noon
Pauls Valley Area Office
220 N. Chickasaw
Contact: (405) 207-9883

Purcell
May 9 and May 30
10 a.m.-noon
Purcell Area Office
1430 Hardcastle Blvd.
Contact: (405) 527-4973

Madill
May 10
10 a.m.-noon
Madill Senior Center
15252 Nevins Ave.
Contact: (580) 371-9512

Colbert
May 17
10 a.m.-noon
Panola Senior Center
1015 Moore Ave.
Contact: (580) 371-9512

Tishomingo
May 24
10 a.m.-noon
Tishomingo Area Office
817 E. 6th
Contact: (580) 371-9512