Louisa County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with the Louisa County Animal Shelter and the Louisa Humane Society every spring holds an annual Rabies Clinic to provide low cost rabies vaccinations to the public (Not limited to Louisa County residents). Rabies vaccinations are required by state code and local ordinances to promote public safety and prevent unnecessary spread of a deadly virus (Rabies). This disease when contracted by humans and animals is 100% fatal if left untreated, and when contracted must be treated within the first 72 hours. Even when diagnosed and treated, rabies can leave lingering effects.
Pre-registration is requested to assist in ordering the correct number of doses of vaccines.
Pre-registration for this event has ended, but extra vaccines will be available during the event, until they run out.
We ask that ALL PARTICIPANTS AND THEIR PETS REMAIN IN THEIR VEHICLES. AT ALL TIMES (unless asked to exit) to minimize exposure, confusion and also to keep the flow going.
DOGS MUST BE ON A LEASH AND CATS MUST BE IN A CARRIER.
WE ARE ASKING PARTICIPANTS TO ENTER THE FAIRGROUNDS OFF OF FREDERICKSBURG AVE.