Mazomanie Animal Hospital, LLC

704 Emily Rd
Mazomanie, WI 53560

(608)795-4242

www.mazoanimalhospital.com

We proudly serve the veterinary needs of Mazomanie

* Sick and Well Pet Exams * Vaccines * Pharmacy *
* Surgical and Dental Procedures * Radiology *

Full service care, great value.

Village of Mazomanie Dog and Cat Regulations and Licenses

All dogs in the Village must be licensed and have a rabies vaccination. Dogs are to be licensed annually, with the licensing year running from January to December. Wisconsin State Law and Village Ordinance requires that you obtain a dog license for your pet if it is more than five (5) months of age.

All dogs must be vaccinated for rabies within 30 days after the dog reaches five (5) months of age, and be re-vaccinated within one year after the initial vaccination.
It is highly recommended that cats also be vaccinated for rabies.

Licenses may be purchased through the Village Office. Send proof of rabies with license request, which should include a rabies tag number and manufacturer serial number. Enclose a self addressed, stamped envelope with your payment. Vaccination papers, tag, and license will be mailed to you. The fee for a dog license for a neutered/spayed dog is $12.50, while the fee for unaltered dogs is $17.50.
Mail to: Treasurer, 711 West Hudson St, Mazomanie, WI 53560


Under Mazomanie Municipal Code 158, no one may own, harbor or keep any dog or cat which: is known to be infected with rabies, known to be of vicious disposition, has been found to be killing or wounding any animal, habitually disturbs the peace, chases cars, attacks or destroys the property of another. Owners are responsible for disposing of feces left by their animal.


Wisconsin State Legislature
Animal Health Codes (Statute 95.21.2)

http://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/95/21

(2) Rabies vaccination required for dogs.(a) Requirement for vaccination. Except as provided in s. 174.054 or sub. (9) (d), the owner of a dog shall have the dog vaccinated against rabies by a veterinarian or, if a veterinarian is physically present at the location the vaccine is administered, by a veterinary technician, pursuant to s. 89.05 (2) (d), at no later than 5 months of age and revaccinated within one year after the initial vaccination. If the owner obtains the dog or brings the dog into this state after the dog has reached 5 months of age, the owner shall have the dog vaccinated against rabies within 30 days after the dog is obtained or brought into the state unless the dog has been vaccinated as evidenced by a current certificate of rabies vaccination from this state or another state. The owner of a dog shall have the dog revaccinated against rabies by a veterinarian or, if a veterinarian is physically present at the location the vaccine is administered, by a veterinary technician, pursuant to s. 89.05 (2) (d), before the date that the immunization expires as stated on the certificate of vaccination or, if no date is specified, within 3 years after the previous vaccination.
(b) Issuance of certificate of rabies vaccination. The person who administers the vaccine under par. (a) shall complete and issue to the owner a certificate of rabies vaccination bearing a serial number and in the form approved by the department stating the owner's name and address, the name, sex, spayed or unspayed, neutered or unneutered, breed and color of the dog, the date of the vaccination, the type of rabies vaccine administered and the manufacturer's serial number, the date that the immunization expires as specified for that type of vaccine by the center for disease control of the U.S. department of health and human services and the city, village or town where the dog is required to be licensed.
(c) Copies of certificate. The veterinarian shall keep a copy of each certificate of rabies vaccination in a file maintained for this purpose until the date that the immunization expires or until the dog is revaccinated whichever occurs first.
(e) Rabies vaccination tag. After issuing the certificate of rabies vaccination, the person who administers the vaccine under par. (a) shall deliver to the owner a rabies vaccination tag of durable material bearing the same serial number as the certificate, the year the vaccination was given and the name, address and telephone number of the supervising veterinarian.
(f) Tag to be attached. 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 but this requirement does not apply to a dog during competition or training, to a dog while hunting, to a dog securely confined indoors, to a dog securely confined in a fenced area or to a dog while actively involved in herding or controlling livestock if the dog is under the control of its owner. The substitute tag shall be of a durable material and contain the same information as the rabies vaccination tag. The requirements of this paragraph do not apply to a dog which is not required to be vaccinated under sub. (2) (a).
(g) Duplicate tag. The person who administers the vaccine under par. (a) may furnish a new rabies vaccination tag with a new serial number to an owner in place of the original tag upon presentation of the certificate of rabies vaccination. The person who administers the vaccine under par. (a)shall then indicate the new tag number on the certificate and keep a record in the file.
(h) Cost. The owner shall pay the cost of the rabies vaccination and the cost associated with the issuance of a certificate of rabies vaccination and the delivery of a rabies vaccination tag.

Keep in mind that the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention both recommend dogs and cats to be vaccinated for rabies.

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


Local Resources

Animal Care Providers
Mazomanie Animal Hospital
(Primary Veterinary Care)

704 Emily Rd.
Mazomanie, WI 53560

Phone: (608) 795-4242

Website: Mazomanie Animal Hospital
VCA Veterinary Emergency Service - VES
(Emergency and Specialty Care)


1612 N. High Point Rd.
Middleton, WI 53562

Phone: (608) 831-1101


Website: VCA VES Middleton

Dog-Friendly Parks
Indian Lake Dog Park

8183 Hwy 19
Cross Plains, WI 53528

Phone: (608) 242-4576

Website:
Indian Lake Dog Park
Walking Iron County Park

318 Park St.

Mazomanie, WI 53560

Phone: (608) 242-4576

Website: Walking Iron County Park

Other Public Facilities
Mazomanie Free Library

102 Broadhead St.
Mazomanie, WI 53560

Phone: (608) 795-2104

Website: Mazomanie Free Library
Mazomanie United States Post Office

17 Crescent St.

Mazomanie, WI 53560

Phone: (608) 795-4361 or (800) 275-8777

Website: Mazomanie USPS


Animal Services Contacts

Dane County Animal Services Office: (608) 267-1989

Animal Services Officer Dispatch: (608) 255-2345

Dane County Humane Society: (608) 838-0413

Iowa County Humane Society: (608) 935-1381

Sauk County Humane Society: (608) 356-2520

Police / Fire / Ambulance Contacts

EMERGENCY: 911

Police Department: (608) 767-2762

Fire Department: (608) 795-4943

District One EMS: (608) 795-9860

When reporting an emergency, be ready to give your name, street address, and the phone number you are calling from.
Call 911 before you call your doctor, relatives, or friends.

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