Free Rabies Shots For Dogs Cats And Ferrets In Rockland County

Dated: February 10 2015

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Calling all Dog, Cat, and Ferret owners from Palisades to Tomkins Cove from Suffern to Nyack!  

Rockland County's Health Department is, once again, holding Rabies Shot Clinics for Cats, Dogs, and Ferrets. By law, all dogs, cats, and ferrets must be vaccinated. The Clinics are held at the Rockland County Fire Training Center on Firemen's Memorial Drive in Pomona, NY. Clinic dates are:

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Sunday, October 4, 2015

The shots are free, but a $5 donation per animal is suggested to help defray the costs. 

To be vaccinated, your pet must be healthy, your pet must be older than 3 months, all dogs MUST be on a leash, cats and ferrets MUST be either on a leash or in a top-opening container.  You are requested to bring a completed vaccination release form with you (accessible at the link below.) 

For additional information, you can call 845-364-2656.

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