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I or my pet had contact with a potentially rabid animal. What do I do?
All animal bites and any animals suspected of having rabies should be reported to the Loudoun County Health Department or the Department of Animal Services. The Health Department is responsible for confining domestic animals that bite people or expose them to rabies, and for testing animals that are potentially rabid and have exposed humans and/or their pets. Rabies vaccinations for humans who must be protected against rabies, such as veterinary staff, or who have been potentially exposed to rabies are available in Loudoun County and can be facilitated by the Health Department. The Department of Animal Services urges all cat and dog owners to have their pets properly vaccinated in accordance with state law. Call the Health Department at 703-777-0234 or the Department of Animal Services at 703-777-0406 to report animal bites, or to report contact between a human or pet with a potentially rabid animal.

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