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September 26
Post a Picture to Promote Rabies Prevention

Wake County Animal Center and Public Health are joining others around the world to participate in World Rabies Day by sharing information about rabies vaccination and other ways to protect adults, children and pets against rabies.

Citizens are asked to show their support for World Rabies Day by posting a photo with their vaccinated pets on Instagram using the hashtag #TogetherAgainstRabies. Photos tagged @wakegovpets may be featured in a photo gallery through the end of October.

Prevent rabies by keeping your pet up to date on its rabies vaccines. Wake County rabies and microchip clinics offer $5 rabies vaccines and $10 microchips. All pets must be in a kennel or on a leash, and owners must provide written proof of prior vaccination for 3-year vaccine.

Date and Time Location Address
Saturday, November 8,
9 a.m.–noon
Ashley Wilder Dog Park
at Knightdale Station
Wilder Nursery Trail, Knightdale

For more information about rabies and microchip clinics, please contact the Wake County Animal Center Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator at 919-250-3180.





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