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Navotas implements anti-rabies vaccination, pet registration 

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The city of Navotas remains steadfast in its commitment to ensure the health and safety of its residents, including their beloved pets. In line with this goal, the local government continues to conduct an extensive anti-rabies vaccination and pet registration campaign in various barangays throughout the city.

Residents who own dogs or cats are encouraged to coordinate with the Navotas City Agriculture Office or their respective barangays to inquire about the schedule and other pertinent details of the campaign. This initiative aims to protect not only the animals but also the community from the risks associated with rabies.

Rabies, a viral disease transmitted through the bite of infected animals, poses a significant threat to public health. Recognizing the importance of preventive measures, the city government has prioritized the implementation of anti-rabies vaccination drives to ensure that pets are protected from this potentially fatal disease.


The vaccination campaign is part of the city's comprehensive approach to responsible pet ownership. By vaccinating their pets, residents not only safeguard their beloved companions but also contribute to the overall rabies control efforts in Navotas. Vaccinated animals not only protect themselves but also help in preventing the spread of rabies to other animals and humans.

Alongside the vaccination drive, pet registration is also being emphasized. Registering pets is crucial in maintaining an organized and responsible pet ownership system within the city. It enables the local government to keep accurate records of pets in Navotas, ensuring that they receive timely vaccinations and necessary veterinary care. Additionally, registered pets can be easily identified and returned to their owners if they get lost.

The Navotas City Agriculture Office and barangay officials are working hand in hand to facilitate the smooth implementation of the anti-rabies vaccination and pet registration campaign. They provide guidance, assistance, and information to residents, ensuring that they are well-informed about the importance of these initiatives and the steps to participate.

By promoting responsible pet ownership and conducting regular anti-rabies vaccination drives, Navotas aims to create a safer and healthier environment for both its residents and their furry companions. The city government recognizes the invaluable bond between humans and animals and seeks to foster a community where pets can thrive while keeping public health at the forefront.


Residents of Navotas are encouraged to take advantage of the ongoing campaign and take the necessary steps to ensure the well-being of their pets. By actively participating in these initiatives, they contribute to the overall welfare of the community and join the city's collective efforts in preventing the spread of rabies.

The city of Navotas remains committed to providing accessible and comprehensive veterinary services to its residents. Through continuous collaboration between government agencies and the active participation of the community, Navotas City aims to become a model city in responsible pet ownership and rabies prevention.

For further information and inquiries regarding the anti-rabies vaccination and pet registration drive, residents are advised to reach out to the Navotas City Agriculture Office or their respective barangays. Together, let us build a safer and healthier Navotas for both humans and their beloved animal companions.

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