180,000 dogs and cats are vaccinated against rabies in Crimea for free
The State Veterinary Service of Crimea conducts trips to all regions of the Republic for free vaccination of pets against rabies. The plans for the year are to vaccinate 100,000 dogs and 80,000 cats. Valery Ivanov, chairman of the State Veterinary Committee of the Republic of Crimea, spoke about this during a live broadcast organized by the Center for Regional Management of the Republic of Crimea.
Every year we vaccinate a little more animals than we plan. Last year, for example, we vaccinated against rabies for 313,000 dogs and cats. In general, about 1,900,000 head treatments are carried out in Crimea per year. This includes cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, horses.— said Valery Ivanov.
He said that some citizens keep animals of rare breeds, decorative and exotic. To vaccinate their pets, they use the services of private clinics.
We always have a six-month supply of necessary vaccines. We vaccinate without competing with private business. The main thing for pet owners is not to ignore vaccination. Rabies is a particularly dangerous infectious disease, the only one with a 100% fatal outcome.— stressed the chairman of the State Veterinary Committee of the Republic of Crimea.
Information about when and at what time free vaccination will be carried out in your locality can be found on the website of the State Veterinary Committee of the Republic of Crimea or by calling the hotline +7 (978) 911-01-78.
Also, in a live broadcast organized by the Regional Management Center of the Republic of Crimea, Valery Ivanov spoke about the prevention of bird flu, sterilization of homeless animals and answered other questions that concern Crimeans.
Full broadcast recording available
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