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Rabies Clinics

***6/23/2020 - REGISTRATION FOR 7/11/2020 CLINIC IS NOW CLOSED, ALL TIME SLOTS HAVE BEEN FILLED***

Saturday, July 11, 2020 from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Drive Thru Rabies Clinic at Wilson Highway Garage, 3356 Wilson Cambria Road.

***Vaccinations by Pre-Registered Appointment Only***

Appointment & Pre-Registration Instructions (MUST be completed by July 9th)*

 

BOTH STEPS MUST BE COMPLETED TO REGISTER

STEP 1 Click on link below to secure a time slot for the animal(s) you will be bringing:

www.health.ny.gov/go2Clinic/32

Fill out the owner and animal information; this MUST be completed for EACH animal visiting the clinic at the appointment time you selected.

BY SUBMITTING THIS FORM, THE OWNER CONSENTS TO THEIR ANIMAL RECEIVING A RABIES VACCINATION.

STEP 2 Send proof of prior rabies vaccination (if you have it) to:

    rabiesclinic@niagaracounty.com

If you require assistance with the appointment and pre-registration process, please call 716-439-7490.

Rabies Immunization Drive-Thru Clinic Considerations:

  • To protect participant and staff health, individuals who do not have an appointment will be turned away.
  • Please arrive no more than 5 minutes before your appointment time.
  • There will be no restrooms available at the rabies immunization clinic.
  • All persons must be wearing a face covering.
  • All persons must remain in their vehicle with the windows up, unless instructed by the event staff.
  • All animals must be properly restrained. Cats and ferrets must be in a box or carrier. Dogs must be leashed.
  • 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.
  • 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.

     

    *Due to limited number of appointment slots, it is recommended you register as early as possible.

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