If you’ve ever wanted a one stop shop for your dog Spot – or any other dog or cat you have – you are in luck.

 Guilford County Animal Services’ Mobile Pet Assistance Center is getting ready to host a free “Mega Vaccine, Microchip and Pet Food Assistance Event” on Saturday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the North Carolina Cooperative Extension – Guilford County Center in Greensboro ­– better known as the Ag Center.

Animal Services is hooking up with NC A&T University’s Pre-Veterinary Medical Association as well as with NC State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine to provide free wellness exams for dogs and cats four months and older. The event, supported by the Animal Services mobile unit, will also offer one-year and three-year rabies vaccines and other core vaccines.

And if all that’s not enough, pets will also be able to get microchipped if they’re able to be safely restrained for implantation.

Pet owners can also receive free pet food and microchip vouchers. If owners are interested in having their pet receive a 3-year rabies vaccine, proof of the pet’s current rabies vaccine will be required.

And the price is right: All services will be free.  That’s quite a bargain at a time when you can $8 for a carton of eggs.

All pets attending the event must be on a leash or contained in a carrier.

It’s all happening on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The  NC Cooperative Extension – Guilford County Center is at 3309 Burlington Road in Greensboro.