Sandusky County Public Health can be contacted 24 hours a day in the event of an after-hours public health emergency. 

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Public health emergencies could include:

An immediate environmental health hazard (e.g. drinking water contamination)

An infectious disease of immediate public health concern

(a Class A reportable disease, which requires disease reporters to contact the health department immediately by phone)

Animals

Animal Bites

 

The health department is required to investigate all reported bite incidents involving dog, cat, ferret, or any other animal that is commonly known to transmit rabies. The animal’s owner will be notified of quarantine requirements. After quarantine, a veterinarian must examine the animal to determine good health and update its rabies vaccination. If the bite involves a wild or stray animal, the animal may be euthanized and sent to the Ohio Department of Health to be tested for rabies.

 

To report a bite, click here.

 

Veterinarian Report

2017 Nuisance Animal Control Companies

(Fees are charged)

Updated June 2017

Doug Lee

Jay Thompson

The Wildlife Company

A&J Animal Control

419-333-6653

419-307-7825

ODNR Wildlife Officer

Rehabilitation

Back to the Wild

God's Little Creatures

419-424-5000

419-684-9539

419-935-1782