The possibility of contracting rabies through your pets increases as the weather gets warmer, and the Huron County Health Unit is advising of two upcoming vaccination clinics.
The first clinic will be held at Blyth Veterinary Services on Friday, April 26th from 1 till 4pm, and Saturday, April 27th from 9am till noon.
Then on Friday, May 10th from 1 till 4pm, the second clinic will be at the St. Helen’s Community Hall in ACW.
Public Health officials ask that you bring in your dog on a leash and have your cat in a carrier.
Vaccinations are $30 each, cash only.
Rabies is a disease caused by a virus that attacks the central nervous system of animals, and is spread by infected animals to people or other animals by saliva.
The province can impose a fine of up to $5,000 on dog and cat owners, who can't provide proof of their pets' rabies shots.