Whenever a dog or cat bites someone and breaks the skin, it must be quarantined for ten days. The location of the quarantine is determined by many things, such as:
- Is the animal rabies vaccinated and licensed?
- Was the animal at large when it bit someone?
- Has the animal bitten before?
- Is there a secure location to quarantine the animal?
Your local Animal Control officer will work with you to determine what is the safest location for your pet to be quarantined.