Madison County Public Health News

(Wampsville, NY – March 2013) Madison County will again offer rabies vaccination clinics for dogs, cats and ferrets that are at least 3 months old. The first clinic will be held March 27 at the Madison Fire House on Route 20 from 5 to 7 p.m.

Eleven additional clinics will be held throughout the county until the final clinic Saturday, Dec. 7.

Public Health Law requires these animals to be vaccinated by the time they are 4 months old. Vaccinating your pet from the rabies virus protects the public and other animals. All animals at the clinics must be on appropriate leashes or in carriers.

A voluntary $5 donation per pet is requested.

The entire rabies clinic schedule can be found at

You can make online appointment sign-ups for the Wampsville, Chittenango or Morrisville Clinics at the website. You may also call the Environmental Health Division at 315.366.2526 to make an appointment at any of the clinics.

By martha

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