§ 93.10  VACCINATION OF ANIMALS CAPABLE OF TRANSMITTING RABIES.
   (A)   The owners of animals capable of transmitting rabies shall have such animals vaccinated against rabies at either one- or three-year intervals, depending on the type of vaccine used, as prescribed by the
Texas Board of Health, with a vaccine approved by the United States Department of Agriculture and administered by a licensed veterinarian, who shall issue to the owner of the animal a vaccination certificate.
   (B)   The owner shall retain the certificate until the vaccination is renewed.
   (C)   At the time of vaccination, a metal tag shall be issued by the veterinarian showing the name of the veterinary clinic, the tag number and the year of issuance.
(2005 Code, § 9-2-10)  (Ord. 101116A, passed 11-16-2010)