Pet vaccine clinic in Olmsted county

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(ABC 6 News) – Olmsted County and Olmsted County Public Health held their 63rd annual rabies vaccination clinic Wednesday.

Local veterinarians partnered with the county to help give vaccinations for dogs, cats, and ferrets for only 20 dollars each.

These clinics are an opportunity for pet owners to help protect their pets and family from rabies.

"It can be anywhere from just that classic not wanting to drink water or scared of water, heavy drooling or other times when they just don’t seem their selves or very disoriented or just very confused acting. Again the very standard aggression signs can be one as well but it’s very variable," says Emily Smith, Veterinary Technician, Byron Pet clinic.

How often your pet should get a rabies vaccination depends on its age and vaccination history.

It should be two consecutive years and that is good for up to three years.