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Rabies Vaccination Clinics

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Immunization Information

To remain properly immunized, a dog or cat must receive two rabies vaccinations one year apart, then one vaccination every three years thereafter.

Please keep your dog on a leash. Keep your cats in separate carriers or boxes or leave them in your car. Owners may be held responsible for their pets and for any damage they cause.

Fee: $10 per Dog or Cat
Sorry, No Checks. No Rolled Coins.

We sincerely appreciate the cooperation of the Cumberland County Schools in distributing Rabies Vaccination Clinic Schedules through the schools.

North Carolina Law: "The owner of every dog and cat over four months of age shall have the animal vaccinated against rabies." In Cumberland County, the owners of dog and cats which have not been vaccinated in accordance with this law are subject to a civil penalty in the amount of $100.

Facts About Rabies


Do

Don't
  1. Keep wild animals out of your home. (Secure doors and windows, cap chimneys with screens, and close any openings in foundations, porches, basements and attics.)
  2. Stay away from strays and other people's pets
  3. Confine your pet to your property
  4. Secure trash and store garbage and pet food in animal-proof containers
  5. Spay or neuter your pet
  6. Have your animals vaccinated
  7. Save your pets' vaccination certificates
  8. Treat all animal bites and scratches seriously
  9. Act on any attack or bite suffered by your pet
  1. Leave uneaten containers of pet food outdoors
  2. Feed wild animals or leave food out for them
  3. Allow your pets to run loose
  4. Try to tame wild animals
  5. Try to capture any wild animal by yourself
  6. Try to vaccinate your own pets against rabies
  7. Destroy the brain of any suspect animal. (If an animal must be destroyed, don't shoot it in the head. The brain must be intact and kept under refrigeration for laboratory examination for the presence of rabies.)
  8. Accept the advice of unqualified persons with regards to rabies

For more information, please call Cumberland County Animal Services Department at 910-321-6851 or Environmental Health Division, Cumberland County Health Department at 910-433-3660.

Contact Us

1235 Ramsey Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301

Phone:  910-433-3600
Fax: 910-433-3659

Interim Director: Rodney Jenkins

Environmental Health

Director: Daniel Ortiz
dortiz@co.cumberland.nc.us
Phone: 910-433-3688
  910-433-3680
Food & Lodging
Phone: 910-433-3618
  910-433-3622
Onsite Wells & Wastewater
Phone: 910-433-3668
  910-433-3667
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