WARREN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
RABIES CLINICS 2023
|Saturday||May 6th||Queensbury Community Center 742 Bay Road||10:00-Noon|
|Saturday||July 8th||Chester Fire House State Route 8||10:00-Noon|
|Saturday||August 5th||Queensbury Community Center 742 Bay Road||10:00-Noon|
|Saturday||September 16th||Chester Fire House State Route 8||
|Saturday||October 14th||Queensbury Community Center 742 Bay Road||10:00-Noon|
|Saturday||November 4th||Queensbury Community Center 742 Bay Road||10:00-Noon|
Report Animal Bite and Potential Rabies Exposures to Warren County Public Health at
Pets must be 3 months of age to receive their first immunization, which will afford them protection for one year. The next shot (booster) will afford protection for 3 years and is required one year after the first shot was given. From then on every three years a booster should be given to protect your pet. Both initial and booster shots will be given at all clinics scheduled by Warren County Public Health.
A $10.00 donation is requested for each pet. No one is turned away due to financial hardship. Please bring dogs on leashes and cats or ferrets in carriers. Call Warren County Public Health at 761-6580 with questions.
Protect yourself and your family from rabies exposure