Free Rabies Vaccination Clinics for Cats, Dogs & Ferrets!
Rabies Clinics: ECDOH is not scheduling free rabies vaccination clinics in May.
Please contact your veterinarian and keep your dogs, cats and ferrets up-to-date with their vaccination schedule.
Things you should bring to the rabbies vaccine clinics
- Bring pets on a secure collar/harness and leash, or in a carrier.
- 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
Additional Information & Related Programs
- Information for Pet Owners (Pet Food Pantries, Spay/Neuter help and more)
- Rabies, Disease & Vector Control Program
- Rabies Information
- Animals that Tested Positive for Rabies (Erie County)
- Rodents, Bats, Mosquitoes, Ticks & More
- Consumer Cost of Rabies Vaccine Outside of Public Health
- Press Release: Free rabies vaccination clinic scheduled in North Buffalo on January 29, 2020