SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — All Schenectady County residents can bring their pets to the Schenectady High School for a free drive-thru rabies vaccination clinic on April 15. All cats and ferrets must be in carriers, and dogs must be leashed.
“Spring is a time when many pets start spending more time outside, which could increase their
chances of being exposed to rabies,” said Schenectady County Legislator Michelle Ostrelich,
Chair of the Health, Housing & Human Services Committee. “We host free rabies vaccine clinics
several times a year throughout the county to make it easier for our residents to keep their pets
healthy and safe.”
To learn more about rabies or to schedule an appointment, click here. Appointments can also be made by calling (518) 386-2818.