Madison County Health Department
Rabies Clinics

To protect, promote and improve the health of our community

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Rabies is an infectious viral disease that affects the nervous system. People get rabies from the bite of an infected, or rabid, animal. Wild mammals like raccoons, skunks, foxes, coyotes or bats as well as domestic animals like dogs, cats, horses and cattle can transmit rabies to people. Rabies is still very common in the wild in the United States.

Fortunately, rabies is 100% preventable with vaccination. Each year MCHD, in partnership with several local veterinarians, provides rabies vaccination clinics.





May 13, 2017

Madison County Health Department, 216 Boggs Lane, Richmond

10am - 12pm

Town & Country Veterinary Clinic

May 20, 2017

Advanced Animal Care, 201 Pauline Drive, Berea

12 - 2pm

Advanced Animal Care

June 10, 2017

Waco Animal Hospital, 191 Waco Loop, Waco

12 - 2pm

Waco Animal Hospital

June 24, 2017

Madison County Health Department, 216 Boggs Lane, Richmond

10am - 12pm

Advanced Animal Care - Richmond

August 12, 2017

Barnes Mill Animal Hospital, 1321 Barnes Mill Rd, Richmond

12 - 2pm

Barnes Mill Animal Hospital

Cost: $5.00 per rabies vaccination.
ALL animals must be leashed or crated.

All clinics held at the Madison County Health Department will be located behind 216 Boggs Lane, Richmond, under the shelter, so clinics can be held regardless of weather conditions.

Questions? Call the Environmental Services Branch at (859) 626-4249

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