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07/18/2016 Toronto Animal Services' Chip (mobile licence, rabies and microchip) Truck Northwest

Toronto Animal Services' Chip Truck is a mobile licence, rabies and microchip clinic for your pet. The Chip Truck offers City of Toronto pet licences, a microchip and a rabies vaccine for only $25 for cats and $35 for dogs. If your pet is already licensed and you just need a microchip and rabies vaccine, you can do it for only $10 (with proof of a current City of Toronto pet licence). There is no appointment necessary. And the Chip Truck is open to everyone. Just grab your cat or dog and come to the Chip Truck. All dogs must be on a leash and all cats must be properly contained in a carrier. Please bring photo identification with your address.

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