241 Atwood Street, Suite 200      Corydon, Indiana  47112     Phone  (812) 738-3237     Fax  (812) 738-4292     Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM


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Rabies shot clinics are offered at various locations throughout Harrison County the first two weeks in May.  


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Spay / neuter vouchers are available from the Harrison County Animal Control Facility

Call: 812-738-8163

Visit: 3132 Hope Lane NW, Corydon

Vouchers = cash off total spay or neuter cost!  

Take the voucher to the vet of your choice to save money!  You can even use vets in other counties; just call first to verify.  


-->  $35 off dog spay/neuter

-->  $20 off cat spay/neuter


Call or visit to pick up FREE spay / neuter vouchers for your pet(s).  Proof of Harrison County residency is required.  Limit two (2) vouchers per household per year.


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Rabies shots are offered every two weeks in Corydon.   


Where: Tractor Supply, 1935 Old Hwy 135 N, Corydon

Dates/times: https://petvet.vippetcare.com/find-a-clinic/

Services/pricing: https://petvet.vippetcare.com/services-pricing/ 

Call: 812-734-0296 if you have questions

Animal Bite Report Form

If a report was not filled out in the ER or physician's office, print this form out, fill it in, and fax the first page only to 812-738-4292.  

REPORT ANIMAL BITES!   According to Indiana Law, all animal bites are to be reported to the local Health Department.  If you are bitten by any animal, whether a pet, stray, or wild animal:

  • REPORT THE INCIDENT by calling 812-738-3237.   

  • The biting animal must be quarantined for 10 days (this can be done at the animal's home) and checked for annual rabies vaccines.  

  • According to State law, any dog, cat, or ferret 3 months of age or older must be vaccinated against rabies with an annual or triennial rabies vaccine by a licensed veterinarian.   

  • If the animal has not had its rabies shot, the owner will be given 10 additional days to get it.

  • Wild animals or strays may be tested for rabies if necessary.

  2-sided tri-fold brochure -- How to Avoid Being Bitten 

What do I do if an Animal Bites Me?

Harrison County Animal Bite Statistics

Harrison County Spay / Neuter Program

Indiana Board of Animal Health (BOAH)

Rabies Information