Rabies Clinic all around Houston Co. on May 13th

HOUSTON COUNTY, Ala. (WTVY) — ATTENTION ALL DOG AND CAT OWNERS
RABIES IS DANGEROUS

Anti-Rabies clinics are authorized by the Houston County Health Department to vaccinate all dogs and cats three months old, or older against rabies. It is the law that all cats and dogs must be vaccinated for rabies. This program is for the prevention of one of the most deadly diseases in Alabama. It is for the protection of your family and your pets as well as your livestock. Like previous years, only one clinic will be held in Houston County in 2017 on the date below. Your cooperation is necessary if we are to eliminate rabies in Houston County.

SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2017

HOUSTON COUNTY RABIES CLINIC
$12.00 per Rabies Vaccination

DR. SONMOR
Kinsey Old B&S Store 8:00-8:45
Northside K-Mart 9:00-9:45
Montana St Elementary 10:00-10:30
Girard Elementary 10:45-11:30

DR. FORRESTER
Gordon Post Office 8:00-8:30
Pansey Fire Dept. 8:45-9:15
Ashford Fire Dept. 9:30-10:45

CARE ANIMAL CENTER
Wicksburg High School 8:00-9:30
Mt. Gilead Baptist Church 9:45-11:00

DOTHAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL
Selma St. Elementary 8:00-9:00
Grandview School 9:15-10:00
Cloverdale Elementary 10:15-11:15

DR. IVEY
Eastgate Park 9:00-10:15
Cowarts Baptist Church 10:30-11:30

DR. SYFRETT
Lakewood Convenience Store (BP Station) 8:00-8:30
Taylor Town Hall 8:45-10:00
Rehobeth Elementary 10:15-11:30

WESTWOOD PET CARE
Westgate Park (Next to Water World) 8:00-10:00
Bethlehem Baptist Church 10:15-11:00
U.S. Business Products (Napier Field Rd) 11:15-11:45

DR. STEMBRIDGE
Houston County High School 8:00-9:00
Ebenezer Church 9:15-9:45
Webb Liberty 10:00-11:00

DR. STRICKLAND
Farm Center 8:00-10:00
Memphis Church 10:15-11:30

DR. WOZOW
Madrid Fire Dept. 8:00-8:45
Hodgesville Baptist 9:00-9:45
Dupree School 10:00-10:30
Harmon School 10:45-11:15

RABIES - THERE'S MORE...
It is the law that all cats and dogs must be vaccinated for rabies. This is necessary because rabies is as deadly to man as it is to animals. Responsible pet ownership also includes preventive care for other diseases and conditions. There are many other diseases that present a significant health hazard to pets. These diseases include distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza and parvovirus in the dog; distemper, rhinotracheitis, calici and leukemia in the cat. All of these diseases can be prevented with proper immunizations. It is recommended by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council of Veterinary Services that dogs and cats should be vaccinated at regular intervals as suggested by the veterinarian to maintain adequate immunity to the above diseases. It is also suggested that pets be taken to a veterinarian annually for physical examination, immunizations, and to be checked for internal parasites and heartworms.



 
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