Cook County Animal and Rabies Control urges pet owners to take special precautions to protect the health and welfare of their pets as the weather warms up.Dr. Donna Alexander, Administrator of the Cook County
Pets and Animals
The canine flu has re-emerged this year, and Cook County Animal and Rabies Control is advising pet owners to vaccinate their dogs in order to protect them from the disease.
County’s animal control administrator urges caution as temperatures plummet
How to keep your dog and cat safe in cold, snow and during the holidays
The winter holidays are a time of family and joy, and for pet owners the celebration may include the furry members of the family.
Cook County Animal and Rabies Control is warning Cook County residents to vaccinate their pets against rabies after two outdoor cats tested positive for rabies in Illinois and Missouri.
Due to a scheduling conflict the Rabies Vaccination Clinic located at Berwyn VFW Hall for September 14 will be canceled.
Here are some tips to keep in mind for the upcoming holiday:
Cook County will again partner with private veterinarians to offer discounted spay and neuter services for pets in February, which is National Spay and Neuter Month.
Cook County Department of Animal and Rabies Control (CCDARC) is cautioning dog owners that a recent increase in reported cases of canine infectious respiratory disease (CIRD) could last for several weeks before it subsides.
Canine flu prompts officials to take certain precautions at this year’s events