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We Proudly Serve the Veterinary Needs of Black Earth
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Village of Black Earth Small Animal Regulations and Licenses
Dogs and Cats:
All dogs and cats in the Village must be licensed and have rabies vaccination. Licenses may purchased at the Village Office. No one may own, harbor or keep any dog or catwhich: Is known to be infected with rabies, known to be of viciousdisposition, has been found to be killing or wounding any animal,habitually disturbs the peace, chases cars, attacks or destroys theproperty of another. Owners are responsible for disposing of feces left by their animal.Further information may be reviewed in the Black Earth Village Code, Chapter 100.1.
Cats and Dogs are to be licenced annually. Bring proofof rabies vaccination to the Village Office to get licenses. Neuteredand spayed cats and dogs are $8.00, unneutered and unspayed cats anddogs are $13.00.
An administrative fee of $5 will be added to the current dog/cat licensefee of $3 established by 174.05(2), Wis. Stats., for any neuteredmale dog/cat or spayed female dog/cat; and an administrative fee of $5 willbe added to the dog/cat license fee of $8 established by 174.05(2),Wis. Stats., for any unneutered male dog/cat or unspayed female dog/cat; andan administrative fee of $5 will be added to the current multiple dog/catlicense fee of $35 for 12 or fewer dogs/cats and an additional $3 for eachdog/cat in excess of 12 as established by 174.053, Wis. Stats. Further details may be found in the Black Earth Village Code, Chapter 100.2 regarding licenses and fees.
Wisconsin Animal Health Codes
Rabies (Statue 95.21.2)
According to the State of Wisconsin rabies vaccination is required for dogs.
(Keep in mind local regulation require both dogs and cats to be vaccinated for rabies.)
(a) ...[T]he owner of a dog shall have the dog vaccinated against rabies by aveterinarian... at no later than 5 months of age...
(b) ...The person who administers the vaccine ... issue to the owner a certificate of rabiesvaccination bearing a serial number and in the form approved by thedepartment stating the owner's name and address, the name, sex, spayedor unspayed, neutered or unneutered, breed and color of the dog, thedate of the vaccination, the type of rabies vaccine administered and the manufacturer's serial number, the date that the immunization expires...
(c) ...Theveterinarian shall keep a copy of each certificate of rabies vaccination ...
(f) ...The owner shall attach the rabies vaccination tag or a substitute tag to a collar and a collar with the tag attached shall be kept on the dog at all times...
(g) The person who administers the vaccine ... may furnish a new rabies vaccination tag with a new serial number to an owner in place of the original tag...
It is important to note that animals vaccinated by their owners are not considered legally
vaccinated. If this animal bites a human, it is quarantined and treated as if no vaccination was
given. If you are unsure if your animal is vaccinated properly, ask your veterinarian. -- Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association
Indian Lake Dog Park8183 Hwy 19
Cross Plains, WI 53528
Website: Indian Lake Dog Park
Animal Care Numbers
Mazomanie Animal Hospital (primary veterinary Care) 608-795-4242
Veterinary Emergency Service (VES-Middleton) After Hours Emergancy Care
1612 N. High Point Rd
Animal Services Office: (608) 267-1989
Animal Services Officer Dispatch: (608) 255-2345
Dane County Humane Society: (608) 838-0413
Black Earth Police/Fire/Ambulance