Joey Aronhalt and Dog

Joey Aronhalt of New Creek holds his miniature Doberman pinscher, Spike, as Dr. Richard Lechliter administers a rabies booster vaccine late Monday afternoon at the Antioch Community Center. The Mineral County Health Department is conducting a series of 11 rabies clinics during June and July. Humane officer Jim Hawk assisted the veterinarian. West Virginia state law requires that all cats and dogs over the age of 6 months be vaccinated for rabies every two years. They may be vaccinated as early as three months.

Wesley Haines
Cumberland Times-News

Joey Aronhalt of New Creek holds his miniature Doberman pinscher, Spike, as Dr. Richard Lechliter administers a rabies booster vaccine late Monday afternoon at the Antioch Community Center.

The Mineral County Health Department is conducting a series of 11 rabies clinics during June and July.

Humane officer Jim Hawk assisted the veterinarian.

West Virginia state law requires that all cats and dogs over the age of 6 months be vaccinated for rabies every two years.

They may be vaccinated as early as three months.

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