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As of July 1, 2018, under the Health Protection and Promotion Act, Regulation 567, livestock owners are legally required to have horses, cattle and sheep vaccinated for rabies in Ontario if the animals have been in contact with anyone other than their regular caretakers (e.g., horse competitions, livestock fairs). Consult your veterinarian for more information about rabies vaccination requirements in your specific area. For more information on whether this requirement applies to your animals, contact your local public health unit.
In Canada, all rabies vaccines licensed for livestock protect an animal for one year.
You can discuss vaccinating your other livestock and the costs with your veterinarian.
Learn more about the rules for rabies vaccination in livestock.