Pennsylvania State Law requires every dog and cat four months of age and older to be vaccinated against rabies. This vaccine must be administered by a licensed veterinarian. In North Pennsylvania, the animal's first rabies shot is good for one year and subsequent vaccinations are valid for three years.
Please be a responsible pet owner by displaying your animal's rabies tag at all times. This can help alleviate fear if someone is approached by your pet. Protecting your pets against rabies is the best way to protect yourself, especially if your dog or cat spends a lot of time outdoors. You may not know if your pet has made contact with a rabid wild animal. If your pet is vaccinated, then he cannot transmit the disease to you.
Dogs must be leashed and cats in carriers.
Please have cats in carriers as this makes it easier to administer the rabies shots.
NO RETRACTABLE LEASHES PLEASE!! This can cause dog fights and people becoming entangled/to trip.
Dogs must be in regular collars or harnesses. NO CHAINS are allowed to be used as collars.
You MUST bring a picture ID with your current address. If your address on your ID is not current, please also bring a utility bill that shows your current address. If you do not have a picture ID you will be turned away.
All dogs and cats that are coming to receive a rabies shot MUST be at least 4 months of age. Any animal brought that is under 4 months will be turned away. If you have any papers that shows a birth date on your pet you are welcome to bring that with you.
We accept the following forms of payment: Cash, Check
Please note that there could be a long wait to receive your pets vaccination so we appreciate your patience.