Animal Bites and Concerns
Rabies shot clinics are offered at various locations throughout Harrison County during the first two weeks in May. Watch our Facebook page or sign-up for our newsletter for dates, locations, and costs.
Rabies Shots are Offered Every Two Weeks in Corydon
|Where||Tractor Supply in Corydon||Feeder's Supply in Corydon|
|Call||812-734-0296 if you have questions||812-705-5128|
Spay/Neuter Vouchers are Available from the Harrison County Animal Control Facility
Call: (812) 738-8163
Visit: 3132 Hope Lane NW, Corydon
Vouchers = Cash off Total Spay or Neuter Cost!
Take the voucher to the vet of your choice to save money! You can even use vets in other counties, just call first to verify.
- $35 off dog spay/neuter
- $20 of cat spay/neuter
Call or visit to pick up free spay/neuter vouchers for your pet(s). Proof of Harrison County residency is required. Limit two (2) vouchers per household per year. Visit their Facebook page.
Report Animal Bites!
According to Indiana Law, all animal bites are to be reported to the local Health Department. If you are bitten by any animal, whether a pet, stray, or wild animal:
- REPORT THE INCIDENT by calling 812-738-3237.
- The biting animal must be quarantined for 10 days (this can be done at the animal's home) and checked for annual rabies vaccines.
- According to State law, any dog, cat, or ferret 3 months of age or older must be vaccinated against rabies with an annual or triennial rabies vaccine by a licensed veterinarian.
- If the animal has not had its rabies shot, the owner will be given 10 additional days to get it.
- Wild animals or strays may be tested for rabies if necessary.
- Animal Bite Report Form
if a report was not filled out in the ER or physician's office, print this form out, fill it in, and fax the first page only to (812) 738-4292.
- How to Avoid Being Bitten
- What do I do if an Animal Bites Me?
- Harrison County Animal Bite Statistics
- Harrison County Spay/Neuter Program
- Indiana Board of Animal Health (BOAH)
- Rabies Information