Free Rabies Vaccination Clinics for Cats, Dogs & Ferrets!
- There are no more free rabies vaccination clinics, sponsored by the Erie County Department of Health, scheduled at this time.
- Please call your veterinarian for vaccination information and for any questions you have regarding your pets.
- Additional Information for Pet Owners
Things to Know Before Coming to the Clinics:
- Dogs, cats and ferrets that are 3 months of age and older are eligible for this clinic.
- Due to expected demand, ECDOH is limiting registrations to 3 pets per vehicle.
- Staff are asking pet owners to limit the number of people in the vehicle.
- Face masks or cloth face coverings will be required at all times, and physical distancing will be strictly enforced by clinic staff.
- Pet owners MUST bring proof of vaccination for each animal to receive a three-year certificate; otherwise, a one-year certificate will be issued.
- Pets should be appropriately restrained in a carrier or collar and short leash; no retractable leashes.
- 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