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Rabies Free Drive-Through Clinic is postponed

Dog and Cat with rabies tag

UPDATE 5/9/22: The Town's free Rabies Vaccine Drive-Through Clinic originally scheduled for Thursday, May 12, 2022 has been postponed. The Monroe County Health Department usually supplies the rabies vaccines but per County officials, the rabies vaccines currently are not available due to delivery issues.  We will reschedule the clinic once we are informed by the County that the rabies vaccines are available for distribution.  The new Rabies Vaccine Clinic date will be posted on the Town website and in the Town eNews.


The Town of Pittsford's annual Rabies Vaccine Free Clinic will be a DRIVE-THROUGH event held on Thursday, May 12 from 4:30 - 7:30PM at the Town Highway Garage, 60 Golf Avenue. Update your pet's rabies vaccine for free - dogs, cats and ferrets are welcome! Although cats do not need to be licensed, NYS law does require they be rabies vaccinated. For safety, all dogs must be on a short leash; cats and ferrets must be in a secure carrier.
Three-year and one-year vaccines are available. A three-year vaccine will be available to those who present a prior rabies certificate; all others may receive a one-year vaccine. Advance registration is not required; please call Animal Control at 585-248-6240 with any questions. Many thanks to Dr. Larry Silberg from Doorbell Vet, who will be conducting our clinic this year. Our thanks also to the Monroe County Health Department for providing the free vaccines.