Date: October 26, 2016

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Rabies Vaccination Clinics

This page was reviewed or revised on Friday, May 13, 2016 3:24 PM

Several low-cost rabies vaccination clinics will be held during May in Enniskillen and Sarnia.

The clinics are open to all cats and dogs three (3) months of age and older. Animals must be in good health and not vaccinated within the last year. Only the rabies vaccine will be offered.

Animals must be leashed or contained.

Clinic locations:

Sarnia & District Humane Society
131 Exmouth Street
Saturday, May 28
Cost: $20


Public Works Garage
4465 Rokeby Line
Saturday, May 28
9 a.m.-11 a.m.
Cost: $25

Rabies is a fatal, viral disease spread by the saliva of an infected animal such as a dog, cat, fox, raccoon, bat, livestock, etc. Saliva can enter the body through a bite or scratch. Owners of dogs and cats are required by law to vaccinate their pets against rabies. Vaccinating pets is important to prevent the spread of rabies.

For more information about rabies or vaccination clinics, contact:

Michael Richardson
Public Health Inspector
Lambton Public Health
Telephone: 519-383-8331 ext. 3578


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