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Free Rabies Immunization Clinics 2016

  • 31 January 2016
  • Author: Tami Deemer
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Event date: 4/9/2016 9:00 AM Export event


Town of Porter Highway Garage, 1800 Braley Rd, Youngstown, NY 14174 (map)

Free Rabies Immunization Clinics 2016

The Niagara County Department of Health in cooperation with the Niagara County Veterinary Society will hold Five Free Rabies Immunization Clinics in 2016

For directions call the specific clinic site

For any other clinic related questions: call 439-7511

***Please note times for each clinic are 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.***

1.        Saturday, April 9                Town of Porter Highway Garage

           9:00-11:00 a.m.                1800 Braley Road, Town of Porter

                                                        *Phone: 745-3730

2.        Saturday, June 11              Hyde Park – Oasis/Centennial Pavillion (behind Ice Arena)

                9:00-11:00 a.m.                911 Robbins Drive, City of Niagara Falls

                                                         *Phone:  286-4940

3.        Saturday, July 16               Town of Royalton Highway Garage

           9:00-11:00 a.m.                5316 Royalton Center Road, Town of Royalton

                                                        *Phone: 772-2431

4.        Saturday, September 17    Town of Lockport Highway Department

           9:00-11:00 a.m.                 6560 Dysinger Road, Town of Lockport

                                                        *Phone: 439-9524

5.        Saturday, December 3       City of North Tonawanda - Public Works Department

                9:00-11:00 a.m.               758 Erie Avenue, City of North Tonawanda

                                                            *Phone: 695-8585

  • By law, all cats, dogs and domesticated ferrets must have a current rabies vaccination from four months of age and on.
  • Cats and dogs receiving immunization WITHOUT PROOF of a previous rabies immunization will receive a certificate valid only for one year.  Cats and dogs WITH PROOF of previous rabies immunizations will receive a certificate valid for three years.
  • Ferrets must receive vaccinations annually, regardless of previous immunization.
  • All Animals must be properly restrained.  Cats & Ferrets must be in a box or carrier. Dogs must be leashed.
  • The Department does not offer dog or cat vaccinations other than rabies. It is very important for the health and well being of your animal and the other animals attending our rabies clinics, that they have seen a veterinarian and are up to date on all of their immunizations, to include dog parvo virus.
  • Niagara County hereby disclaims any and all liability, damages and/or claims for any adverse reaction(s) experienced by any animal, including, but not limited to, allergic reactions to vaccines, allegedly cause by receiving vaccinations at any participating Niagara County Clinic. Pet owners assume the risk of any alleged adverse reactions from a vaccination experienced by any animal which receives a vaccine from a Niagara County Clinic. Pet owners are encouraged to consult with a private veterinarian should they have any questions or concerns as to how their specific pet(s) may react to any specific vaccine.
  • Volunteers are welcomed.  Please call 439-7511 if interested.
  • It is requested that anyone bringing more than six animals to one clinic contact the Niagara County Department of Health at 439-7511 up to one week prior to the clinic so paperwork can be processed more efficiently.

Veterinary services provided by the Niagara County Veterinary Society
Please see clinic publicity for specific veterinarians and handlers

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