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(207) 846-6515 H

(207) 846-6515

Pet Vaccination for Rabies

A reduction in rabies in both humans and pets was not possible until widespread rabies 
vaccinations of dogs became available in the 1950s. Vaccination of dogs and cats provides an 
effective buffer zone between rabid wild animals and humans, and has been instrumental in 
reducing the impact of rabies in the United States.

Maine law requires that all dogs, cats and ferrets be vaccinated against rabies (7 MRSA §3916 and §3922).

Animal rabies vaccinations must be administered only by, or under the direct supervision of, a licensed veterinarian. This is the only way to ensure that rabies vaccines have been properly administered. Rabies vaccinations given by the owner/keeper of an animal are not acceptable and the animal will not be considered vaccinated in the event of a rabies exposure. 

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Saturday8:0012:00; Also, 4 pm Boarding Pick-up
Sunday4:00pmBoarding Pick-up
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