Full Title Name:  Oklahoma Administrative Code. Title 310. Oklahoma State Department of Health. Chapter 599. Zoonotic Disease Control. Subchapter 3. Rabies Control. 310:599-3-9.1. Required immunization of dogs, cats, and ferrets

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Country of Origin:  United States Citation:  OAC 310:599-3-9.1 Agency Origin:  Oklahoma State Department of Health Last Checked:  May, 2020
Summary: This Oklahoma regulation states that the owner or custodian of a domestic dog, cat, or ferret shall cause the animal to be vaccinated against rabies by the time the animal is four months of age and at regular intervals thereafter according to the label directions of an approved rabies vaccine for use in that species, or as prescribed by ordinances or rules adopted by a municipality within whose jurisdiction the animal owner resides.

(a) The owner or custodian of a domestic dog, cat, or ferret shall cause the animal to be vaccinated against rabies by the time the animal is four months of age and at regular intervals thereafter according to the label directions of an approved rabies vaccine for use in that species, or as prescribed by ordinances or rules adopted by a municipality within whose jurisdiction the animal owner resides.

(b) A veterinarian who administers or supervises the rabies vaccination of a dog, cat, or ferret shall issue to the animal's owner/custodian a vaccination certificate that meets the minimum standards set forth in OAC 310:599-3-7. Animal identification including, but not limited to species, gender, age, and predominant breed and coloring must be indicated on the vaccination certificate.

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[Source: Added at 15 Ok Reg 2367, eff 6-11-98]


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