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Rabies. Are your pets protected?

Low-Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinics

Rabies vaccination for cats and dogs is mandatory in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties and is the best defence for protecting pets and humans against this fatal disease.

Each fall, Public Health works with local veterinarians to coordinate special low-cost clinics to ensure people in the community have access to low-cost rabies vaccinations for dogs and cats, 3 months of age or older.

This year,  the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the availability of low-cost clinics. However, the Quinte Animal Hospital is offering 2 days of low-cost rabies vaccinations for dogs only (cost $40 cash). Please review the clinic poster for more information.

Clinic Dates: Saturday, October 17

Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm (first come, first served)

Location: Quinte Animal Hospital, 71 Murphy St., Trenton.

 

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Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) is in Green-Prevent level of the provincial reopening Framework since February 10, 2021.

For details regarding restrictions and precautions applicable to the Green-Prevent level of the province’s reopening Framework, please visit Ontario.ca.

In addition to restrictions outlined by the province, Dr. Piotr Oglaza, Medical Officer of Health and CEO at HPEPH, has implemented a Class 22 Order, which includes additional precautions in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties.

HPEPH will continue to update hpePublicHealth.ca to include information for local businesses and residents. Local business owners/operators who are unable to find answers to their questions on our web page are invited to complete our online inquiry form.

If you are concerned about potential exposure to a positive case of COVID-19, please be reassured that any contacts of a confirmed case will be contacted directly and monitored by public health.

Low-risk and indirect contacts should self monitor for symptoms for 14 days from the time of potential exposure and seek testing if symptoms develop. Low risk contacts do not need to isolate unless symptoms develop, and can continue to attend school/work/daycare while monitoring for symptoms.