Erie County will be offering another free rabies clinic this Saturday for dogs, cats and ferrets.
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This weekend’s clinic is a drive-thru clinic, meaning you never have to leave your vehicle to get your pet vaccinated. Did this last year with my cat Stamp. We stopped. They grabbed her cat carrier, took her to the vet, which was just outside, and Stamp got her shot and was back in the car with me in about 5 minutes.
They also gave me the rabies papers so Stamp is covered for three years.
The clinic is free but you must register for a place using Erie County website.
Here are some things you need to know before bringing your fur baby to the rabies clinic.
- Dogs, cats and ferrets 3 months and older are eligible for this clinic.
- Up to three pets will be accepted per appointment.
- Limit the number of people in the vehicle.
- Wear a mask.
- Restrain pets appropriately in a carrier or collar and short leash; no retractable or extended leashes.
This clinic will operate from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will be located in the parking lot of the Erie County Emergency Operations and Training Center in Cheektawaga.
If you cannot attend the free rabies clinic on Saturday, there will be another free clinic next month. This clinic will be a walk-in clinic and will be held Saturday, October 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Broadway Market.
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