Amended West Virginia law mandates 3-year rabies shots for pets

05/21/2010 | State Journal (Charleston, W.Va.), The

The Monongalia County Health Department in West Virginia is reminding area pet owners about changes made to a state law that governs rabies vaccinations. The amended law requires in-state pet owners to have their cats and dogs vaccinated for rabies every three years, instead of the previous two-year interval.

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