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Rabies Vaccination Clinics

This page was reviewed or revised on Monday, May 26, 2014 3:25 PM

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

Rabies Vaccination Clinics in Lambton County have concluded for the season.

Clinics will resume in March 2015.

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 rabies vaccine will be offered.

Animals must be leashed or contained.  The cost is $25 per animal (cash only)

For information about rabies, please contact the Team Leader, Rabies Control at 519 383-8331 extension 3578, toll free 1-800-667-1839 or click here.