Airport Self Storage in Salem, OR, Hosts Dog-License Amnesty Event
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|Posted on: 05/13/2013|
Airport Self Storage in Salem, Ore., and Marion County Dog Services will host a dog-license amnesty even on May 25 that will offer forgiveness on late fees and license violations as well as reduced-cost vaccinations. The event will take place at the 2142 Turner Road SE facility from 10 a.m. to noon.
The first 250 people who purchase a second preventative vaccine will receive free rabies vaccinations for their pets. Without the second vaccine, rabies vaccinations are $10 each and vaccinations for DHPP and Bordatella will be available for $10 each.
Licenses are $17 per year for neutered or spayed dogs and $32 for unaltered dogs. Those ages 65 and older can purchase licenses for $5 for dogs that have been spayed or neutered. Proof of neutering or spaying must be provided to received any discounts.
Licenses for multiple years will be available. Customers are asked to pay with check or exact change, and dogs at the event must be on leashes or in carriers.
Marion County dog owners are required to have licenses for their pets when they reach six months of age.
Airport Self Storage is managed by Cedartree Management Co., which manages 22 facilities, with six locations in Vancouver, Wash., and 16 locations in Oregon on the I-5 corridor between Eugene and Portland. Cedartree is run by company president Lynn Powell, who has been a licensed real estate broker in Oregon since 1986 and in Washington since 1993.