How often should my pet be vaccinated against rabies?
Dogs and cats must be vaccinated against rabies by 4 months of age and on a one-year or three-year basis thereafter depending on the type of vaccine used. All dogs and cats must receive a second rabies vaccination within one year of receiving their first vaccination, regardless of the type of vaccine used or the age at which the animal was initially vaccinated.

For an animal to be considered currently vaccinated against rabies, at least 30 days must have elapsed since the initial vaccination and not more than 12 or 36 months (depending on the vaccine used) can have elapsed since the last vaccination.

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1. Am I allowed to have chickens in the city limits?
2. Do I need to register my dog with the city?
3. Does McKinney have a "pooper scooper" law?
4. Does McKinney lend traps to residents?
5. How often should my pet be vaccinated against rabies?
6. How many animals am I allowed to have?
7. I am having problems with wildlife around my yard. What should I do?
8. I have birds in my attic. Can Animal Control help?
9. I think Animal Control picked up my dog. What do I do?
10. What do I do if my neighbor's dog barks constantly?