§ 90.20  VACCINATION OF DOGS, CATS AND OTHER PETS.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for an owner or keeper to fail to provide a current vaccination against rabies (hydrophobia) for any dog or cat three months of age or older. Should it be deemed necessary by the District Health Director or the Board of County Commissioners that other pets be vaccinated in order to prevent a threatened epidemic or to control an existing epidemic, it shall be unlawful for an owner or keeper to fail to provide current vaccination against rabies for that pet.
   (B)   A rabies vaccination shall be deemed current for a dog or cat if the first two doses of vaccine are administered 12 months apart and each subsequent booster dose of vaccine is administered according to the North Carolina State Law.
   (C)   All anti-rabic vaccines shall be administered by a licensed veterinarian or a certified rabies vaccinator.
(Ord. passed 9-20-95; Amended 3-3-97)  Penalty, see § 90.99