Animal-health officials warn about unlicensed vaccinations

09/29/2010 | KXII-TV (Ardmore, Okla.)

Pet owners who take their animals to low-cost, unlicensed rabies vaccination clinics in Oklahoma run the risk of leaving their furry loved ones unprotected against the disease, says the state's Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. The warning came after the board was alerted to one such clinic, which was operating without a state license or verification that the vaccine was real.

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