There are no more free rabies vaccination clinics, sponsored by the Erie County Department of Health, scheduled at this time. Please check back in 2019.
Please call your veterinarian for vaccination information and for any questions you have regarding your pets.
Free Rabies Vaccination Clinics for Cats, Dogs & Ferrets!
- Bring pets on a secure collar/harness and leash, or in a carrier.
- Please avoid using retractable, extended dog leashes. If you are using one, be sure it is no longer than 4 feet and in the locked position.
- Bring a copy of your pet’s vaccination record, if possible.
Please contact your veterinarian for vaccination information and for any questions you have regarding your pets.
Thank you to our Rabies Clinic Partners
- Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society
- Medaille College Veterinary Technology Program
- SPCA Serving Erie County
- Erie County SMART Volunteers
- Animal & Pet Health (Pet Food Pantries, Spay/Neuter help and more)
- Rabies Information
- Animals that Tested Positive for Rabies (Erie County)
- Rodents, Bats, Mosquitoes, Ticks & More
- Press Release 03/27/18: Dates for May & September Rabies Clinics; Hugely Popular Program Vaccinates Dogs, Cats & Ferrets for Free!
- Press Release 12/08/17: Free January Rabies Vaccination Clinic; ECDOH Vaccinated 4,496 Pets at Six Clinics in 2017
- Press Release 10/30/17: 4,496 Pets Receive Rabies Vaccinations in 2017; Effort Aids in Effectively Reducing Risk of Transmission of Rabies in Erie County