Metro Animal Care and Control has “Name your Own Price” Adoption Promotion Through February

Mario is a two-month-old adoptable Catahoula Leopard Dog in Nashville.

Mario is a two-month-old adoptable Catahoula Leopard Dog in Nashville.

Metro Animal Care and Control (MACC) invites pet lovers to meet their match in February with their “Love is in the Air” adoption event, allowing adopters to “name their own price” when adopting an animal from MACC in February.

MACC will also host low-cost rabies vaccination clinics the third Saturday of each month, from February thru November.

Adoption fees for dogs are regularly $90 with cats priced lower. These fees go toward the care, housing, feeding and medical attention given to Nashville’s adoptable animal community.

Every adoptable animal comes with up-to-date vaccinations, microchips and has been spayed or neutered.

However, potential adopters will still need to meet with an adoption counselor to find the best match for their family.

MACC is also offering three-year vaccines and pet licenses. With this new license, residents will no longer need to re-register their animal every year. This follows a new Metro Ordinance that mandated  the extension option for vaccination and other ownership requirements.

But the three year license will be available only with proof of a previous rabies vaccination.

The cost of the three-year license and three-year vaccine is $22. The cost of the vaccine and a one-year license is $10.

Metro Animal Care and Control is located at 5125 Harding Place.