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- Rabies is a deadly disease, to both humans and animals.- All dogs and cats over 4 months old must be vaccinated against rabies by a licensed veterinarian per State Code 3.2-6521.Also check with the Louisa County Animal Shelter, for more information visit the Animal Shelter page.Dog licenses can be purchased from the Louisa County Treasures Office.
Louisa County Animal Control Officers will respond to the following wildlife encounters or emergencies: - Wildlife in a home or business that poses a threat to humans or pets - Encounters between humans or domestic animals that could result in rabies exposures - When wildlife poses an immediate threat to humans or pets Louisa County Animal Control Officers do not respond to calls reporting wildlife nuisances or when wildlife poses no real threat to humans or pets, examples include: - Wild animals living under decks, storage sheds, porches - Wild animals living in populated areas - Wild animals in attics, basements, garages and sheds - Wildlife has damaged gardens, flower beds or shrubs Preparing to care for your pets in an emergency: - The Louisa County Sheriff's Office and Animal Control Division encourages pet owners to be prepared - Create a disaster kit for your pets - View suggestions on what to include in your pet disaster preparedness kit through the Virginia Department of Emergency Management site The Louisa County Sheriff's Office, with support from the Transportation Safety Commission, is taking aggressive action to reduce the incidence of car seat and safety belt misuse by establishing a free child seat inspection and education program in Louisa County.
With grim reminders of that fact occurring much too frequently around the state and nation, the Sheriff's Office, in coordination with the Transportation Safety Commission established the Child Seat Inspection and Education Program and made this program an integral element of our many community policing initiatives.
Our goal is simple, reduce serious or fatal injuries to children by teaching parents and caregivers how to buckle up children the right way every time.
Child safety is everyone's business and as such, keeping children safe is a priority for both the Louisa County Sheriff's Office and Transportation Safety Commission.
While state law requires all children under the age of 8 to be properly secured in a child seat or booster seat and by an appropriate safety belt system after that time, children are still being killed in Virginia as a result of not being restrained properly.Proper child seat installation requires the right knowledge and thorough understanding of the child seat and the vehicle.