By Diane Lee, Public Information Officer, Garrett County Health Department
The Garrett County Health Department’s Environmental Health Office has announced this spring’s low-cost rabies clinics for the vaccination of dogs, cats, and ferrets at six locations.
“Garrett County experienced four cases of laboratory confirmed rabies last year,” said Bryce Manges, Environmental Health Specialist. “Protect your pets and your family from the threat of this virus by bringing your dogs, cats, and ferrets to the clinic in your area.”
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