Miami-Dade dog and cat owners are being urged to make sure their pets are up to date on their rabies and distemper vaccinations after the county’s Animal Services department confirmed that a raccoon died of canine distemper.
If you’re looking for a new four legged friend, Miami-Dade Animal Services has resumed pet adoptions after being shut down for weeks due to an outbreak of Canine Distemper.
All dog adoptions at Miami-Dade County Animal Services have been suspended following an outbreak of Canine Distemper.
Miami-Dade County’s Animal Services confirmed 18 cases of Canine Distemper among its shelter population. The dogs were euthanized Saturday.
After days of scrubbing and disinfecting following a canine distemper outbreak, Miami-Dade’s Animal Services re-opened their rabies and microchip clinic on Sunday.