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Clinton County Rabies Clinic Schedules - 2019RabiesClinics

Protect your pet from rabies! Vaccination is mandatory in New York State for dogs, cats and ferrets over 4 months of age. Remember, your dog or cat can be vaccinated for rabies when it turns 3 months of age. One year after the first dose, your pet requires a booster, which is then good for three years. For the rest of your pet's life, it should have a booster shot every three years.

**NOTE: ALL pets must be leashed or in a pet carrier. 
Please bring your pet's shot records. Puppies and kittens must be at lea
st 3 months old. 

    
Info: (518) 565-4870
Cost: FREE   
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm (for ALL active clinics below)

Date: Location:
 April 2, 2019  Public Works Building 215 Idaho Plattsburgh, NY 12901
August 13, 2019   (tenative) Saranac Volunteer Fire Department 3277 State Route 3 Saranac, NY
Sept 17, 2019   (tenative) Peru Volunteer Fire Department 753 Bear Swamp Road Peru, NY
 Sept 19, 2019   (tenative) Champlain Volunteer Fire Department 162 Elm Street Champlain, NY
 Sept 24, 2019  (tenative) Beekmantown Town Garage 599 Spellman Road West Chazy, NY
Sept 26, 2019   (tenative) Black Brook Town Garage 208 Silver Laske Road AuSable Forks, NY
Dec 3, 2019   (tenative) Public Works Building 215 Idaho Plattsburgh, NY 12901
   
   

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Further Reading

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CDC's Rabies Info

CDC's For Kids


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Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870  

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Clinton County Rabies Clinic Schedules - 2019RabiesClinics

Protect your pet from rabies! Vaccination is mandatory in New York State for dogs, cats and ferrets over 4 months of age. Remember, your dog or cat can be vaccinated for rabies when it turns 3 months of age. One year after the first dose, your pet requires a booster, which is then good for three years. For the rest of your pet's life, it should have a booster shot every three years.

**NOTE: ALL pets must be leashed or in a pet carrier. 
Please bring your pet's shot records. Puppies and kittens must be at lea
st 3 months old. 

    
Info: (518) 565-4870
Cost: FREE   
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm (for ALL active clinics below)

Date: Location:
 April 2, 2019  Public Works Building 215 Idaho Plattsburgh, NY 12901
August 13, 2019   (tenative) Saranac Volunteer Fire Department 3277 State Route 3 Saranac, NY
Sept 17, 2019   (tenative) Peru Volunteer Fire Department 753 Bear Swamp Road Peru, NY
 Sept 19, 2019   (tenative) Champlain Volunteer Fire Department 162 Elm Street Champlain, NY
 Sept 24, 2019  (tenative) Beekmantown Town Garage 599 Spellman Road West Chazy, NY
Sept 26, 2019   (tenative) Black Brook Town Garage 208 Silver Laske Road AuSable Forks, NY
Dec 3, 2019   (tenative) Public Works Building 215 Idaho Plattsburgh, NY 12901
   
   

INFO BAR


Further Reading

Report an Animal Bite

CDC's Rabies Info

CDC's For Kids


Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department
Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870  

 ATUPA