Free Rabies Shots In Pomona Again

Dated: March 7 2014

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Three times each year, the Rockland County Department of Health and the Rockland-Westchester Veterinary Medical Association sponsor a rabies clinic at the Fire Training Center on Memorial Drive in Pomona, NY.  Shots are available for cats, dogs, and ferrets. This year's dates are:

Sunday April 06, 2014 
Sunday July 13, 2014 
Sunday, October 5, 2014 
Hours:  10 a.m. - 1 p.m. 
The shots are free! However, a $5 donation per animal is suggested to help defray the costs. 
To be vaccinated... 
• Your dog, cat or ferret must be healthy 
• Your pet must be older than 3 months 
• Dogs must be on a leash 
• Cats and ferrets must be on a leash or in a top-opening container 
For more information call 364-2656 

Rabies clinic sponsored by the Rockland County Department of Health & 
the Rockland-Westchester Veterinary Medical Association. 
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