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Rabies Shot Clinics In Worcester County

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WORCESTER CO., Md. - One local county is helping protect its animal residents by hosting a low cost rabies clinic. Worcester County will be hosting three rabies clinics in October.

  • Thursday, October 4: Showell Fire Hall, Route 575 (Old Route 113).
  • Wednesday, October 24: Worcester County Animal Control on Timmons Road in Snow Hill.

Residents will pay $5 per pet, and non-residents will pay $10 per pet. Leashed dogs, along cats and ferrets, in carriers, are welcome at clinic.

If this is not your pets first rabies shot, you must bring the paperwork from their last shot, in order to get a three year shot. If you don't have it only a one-year shot will be given.

For more information contact the Worcester County Health Department at 410-352-3234 or 410-641-9559.

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