RABIES ALERT AREAS
FLAT RIVER TOWNSHIP
12/6/12 – 6/6/13 (cat tested positive for rabies)
12/6/12 - 7/2/13 Extended (raccoon tested positive for rabies)
3/22/13 - 9/22/13 (raccoon tested positive for rabies)
4/12/13 - 10/12/13 (skunk tested positive for rabies)
4/17/13 - 10/17/13 (raccoon tested positive for rabies)
Please be sure to keep your pet current on Rabies Vaccination.
Person County Animal Services provides shelter and care for so many animals each year. We also provide great programs to the citizens of Person County such as Strut-A-Mutt and volunteering at the Shelter. We welcome donations of collars, leashes, towels (new or used), dog or cat treats, cat litter and monetary donations.
Person County Animal Services offers a (1) year Rabies Vaccination for $8 per dog or cat. Please call for further details.
Person County Animal Services Stats 2013 YTD
Person County Animal Services Stats 2012
Person County Animal Services Stats 2011
Person County Animal Services Stats 2010
Person County Animal Services Stats 2009
Person County Animal Services Stats 2008
Spay and Neuter … it’s the only way!
- Pet overpopulation is the leading killer of cats and dogs in our country.
- An estimated 3.7 million animals are euthanized in animal shelters each year across the United States.
- The majority of pet overpopulation comes from unaltered pets living in low-income neighborhoods.
- In some Triangle NC shelters, up to 75% of all incoming animals are euthanized to make room for more.
- Fifty thousand puppies and kittens are born every day in our country.
- U.S. taxpayers spend up to $2 billion each year on services to collect, house, destroy and dispose of unwanted animals.
For $20 Fix Application or low cost spaying/neutering, please visit the Pet Overpopulation Patrol-NC Website
Check out these books from Person County Public Library. Great reading and educational material regarding dogs and cats.
PC Public Library Dog and Cat Books for Kids
PC Public Library Dog Non Fiction Book for Adults
PC Public Library Dog Fiction Book for Adults
a shelter animal . . .
and save a life