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Rabies Shot Clinic at Onondaga Nation Open to the Public
July 02, 2014

The Onondaga County Health Department, in cooperation with the Onondaga Nation, will be offering a rabies shot clinic on Thursday, July 10, 2014 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm at the Onondaga Nation Fire Department. The Fire Department is located on Rte. 11A in  Nedrow. No appointment is necessary and the clinic is open to the public.

Please remember to keep your pets on a leash (or in a carrier) at the rabies clinic and keep them close to you. Also please bring your pet’s past shot records. New York State Public Health law requires that all puppies and kittens get their first rabies shot at three months of age. They also need to get a booster shot at one year old and then again every three years. Ferrets must get a shot every year.

All shots are free for Onondaga County residents. A voluntary donation per family is appreciated. For more information, call the Onondaga County Health Department’s Animal Disease Control Program at 435-3165. For a complete list of rabies shot clinics visit: http://www.ongov.net/health/ADP.html.


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