There will be a rabies clinic held at the Cattaraugus County Department of Public Works garage in Little Valley on January 5, 2013 from 9:00 am to Noon.
Rabies Vaccinations are required for ALL cats, dogs and domesticated ferrets by FOUR months of age (but not less than 12 weeks).
Cats and dogs are given a booster one year later and every three years thereafter. Ferrets must be vaccinated annually.
No charge for vaccination but donations accepted to help defray costs! Read more
Get a flu shot at the Little Valley Fire Hall on October 4, 2012 from 2-6PM
BRING your insurance card – we will bill the following:
Medicare, Blue Cross/ Blue Shield, Independent Health, Univera, Fidelis, Today’s Options, Evercare, and Humana
Cost = $20.00 Read more
October is 2012 National Domestic Violence Awareness Month Cattaraugus County Sheriff Timothy S. Whitcomb Promotes Two Victim Notification Programs for Domestic Violence Victims
Little Valley, NY - According to the U.S. Department of Justice, about 1.3 million women are victimized by domestic violence every year. Here in Cattaraugus County, over 500 women and children are victimized yearly.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month (NDVAM), a time for law enforcement agencies, victim assistance organizations and community leaders to work jointly to generate greater public awareness about domestic violence, prevention strategies and effective responses for victims.
Bats can be found in areas throughout the state. You may think you see birds around dusk but it’s more likely that they are bats searching for bugs to eat, especially if your home is near a water source. Keeping bats out of your home is a good first step to protect yourself against rabies. “Most bats are healthy and contribute to our environment in many ways, particularly by controlling insects. However, on average, 1% of bats are infected with rabies.