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Niagara County Department of Health Offers Free  Drive-Thru Rabies Immunization Clinic in Wilson

By Appointment Only

Author: Health Admin/Monday, June 15, 2020/Categories: Health

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 Niagara County Department of Health Offers Free 
Drive-Thru Rabies Immunization Clinic in Wilson 
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 


The Niagara County Department of Health in partnership with the Niagara County Veterinary Society will hold a free “Drive-Thru” rabies immunization clinic on Saturday, July 11, 2020, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. To ensure the health and safety of all participants during the COVID-19 response, the health department has a new 2-part appointment process to gather information and schedule. Only clients that have completed the process and have an appointment will be served and all others will be turned away. Please arrive no more than five (5) minutes prior to your appointment time.   


The appointment-only rabies immunization clinic will be at: 


Where:     Town of Wilson Highway Garage

                 3356 Wilson-Cambria Road, Wilson 

When:      Saturday, July 11th from 9 AM to 1 PM 

 

Appointments & Pre-registration MUST be completed by July 9th by following the instructions found at: https://www.niagaracounty.com/health/Services/Environmental-Health/Rabies/Rabies-Clinic and completing the two steps of the appointment process. For those that do not have access to a computer, please call 716-439-7490 to receive an appointment over the phone. 
Upon arrival, staff will instruct you where to go and when to open your vehicle door. Once directed to do so, you will ensure the animal(s) are properly restrained and then bring your animal(s) out of the vehicle and to the immunization station. Your paperwork will already be printed and available. All persons must be wearing a face mask when attending the rabies immunization clinic. 
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. 
If you have questions regarding the Niagara County Department of Health rabies immunization clinic, please contact the Environmental Health Division at 716-439-7490. 

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