The annual rabies vaccination clinic for dogs, cats and ferrets sponsored by Olmsted County Veterinarians, Olmsted County Public Health Services, and Rochester City Clerk will be Wednesday, June 10, 2015.  Dogs, cats, and ferrets will be vaccinated for only $15 each.  Pet owners are encouraged to bring their animals in pet carrier devices or on a leash. Rochester pet licenses may also be purchased for your dog, cat and ferret from the Rochester City Clerk at all Rochester City clinic locations.

 

JUNE 10, 2015 CLINIC SCHEDULE 

Rochester City Locations:                                            

Jeff’s Little Store (3335 Marion Rd. SE) 8am-Noon

Rochester Feed & Country Store (5 – 11 St. SE) 12:30pm – 4pm

Minnesota School of Business (2521 Pennington Dr. NW) 5pm – 6:30pm

RCTC-Heintz Center (1926 College View Rd E.- east lot- door #H 10) 5pm – 6:30pm

Olmsted Co. History Center (1195 West Circle Dr SW)  4:30pm – 7:30pm

Small City and Township Locations:

Byron Pet Clinic (25 Frontage Road NE, Byron) 4pm – 6pm

Chosen Valley Veterinary Clinic (115 S. Main, Chatfield) 9am – 11am

Eyota Veterinary Clinic (95 Center Ave N, Eyoa) 5pm – 7pm

Stewartville Animal Clinic (205 S. Main St, Stewartville) 6pm – 7pm

Marion Village (Mini Mart Gas & Grocery, Hwy 52 S) 8pm – 9pm

This is an opportunity for pet owners to help protect their pet(s), family, and community from the risk of rabies.  While most of the rabies cases occur in wild animals like skunks, bats, foxes and raccoons, it is important to protect our pets and families by providing the needed vaccinations. Wild animals may often be a source of rabies exposure for domestic pets and livestock. The domestic pets and livestock most often reported rabid are cats, dogs and cattle.