Flier for rabies clinics in Wakulla County, 1967

Flier for rabies clinics in Wakulla County, 1967

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RABIES CLINICS
AND HORSE STAGGERS SHOTS
SPONSORED BY
WAKULLA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
AND THE
COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENT'S OFFICE
SATURDAY, APRIL 1 - SATURDAY, APRIL 8

A veterinarian will innoculate dogs against rabies at a cost of $2.00 per dog for the treatment. All dogs and cats four (4) months of age or older should be treated against rabies. "Sleeping Sickness" or "staggers" shots for horses will also be available at $6.00 per horse for the times mentioned. Special arrangements have been made to bring these services to you because of their importance at this time of year. Save yourself a longer trip later.

SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1967

WAKULLA...8:30 A.M.
NEAR ROGER'S SERVICE STATION
ST. MARKS...9:00 A.M.
AT THE SCHOOL HOUSE
MEDART...10:00 A.M.
NEAR JOHN PIGOTT'S STORE
CRAWFORDVILLE...10:30 A.M.
AT THE COURT HOUSE

SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1967

PANCEA...9:00 A.M.
NEAR THE POST OFFICE
SOPCHOPPY...10:45 A.M.
NEAR CITY HALL

For additional information call either the County Agent: Phone 926-3931 or the Wakulla County Health Department: Phone 926-3591.

Note: State law makes it mandatory that dogs in Wakulla county be immunized against rabies.

Source

State Library of Florida: Florida Collection, BR0191

Description

Flier promoting rabies clinics at various communities in Wakulla County scheduled for April 1966. The events were sponsored by the Wakulla County Health Department and the County Agricultural Agent's Office.