Rabies is a preventable viral infection of mammals, usually transmitted by an infected animal’s bite.
Rabies is prevalent throughout North America and is diagnosed every year in Delaware County.
Report all animal bites to Delaware County Public Health at 607-832-5200.
2023 Free Rabies Vaccination Clinics
Colchester-March 1, 2023
Colchester Town Garage
6292 River Rd., Downsville, NY 13755
Sidney-May 8, 2023
Sidney Fire Hall
74 River St., Sidney, NY 13838
Hancock-May 22, 2023
Hancock Town Hall
661 West Main St., Hancock, NY 13783
Arkville-June 7, 2023
Arkville Fire Hall
43365 State Highway 28, Arkville, NY 12406
Franklin-June 12, 2023
Franklin Fire Hall
351 Main St., Franklin, NY 13775
Walton-July 19, 2023
Walton Highway Garage
8586 State Highway 10, Walton, NY 13856
Delhi-August 22, 2023
Delhi Fire Hall
140 Delview Terrace Extn., Delhi, NY 13753
Stamford-September 12, 2023
Stamford Fire Hall
111 Main St., Stamford, NY 12167
Deposit-October 2, 2023
1 Village St. (200 Front St.), Deposit, NY 13754
Protect you, your family and your pets from rabies:
- Avoid all contact with unfamiliar animals.
- Keep vaccinations up to date for all pets.
- Never handle or adopt wild animals, or bring them into your home.
- Prevent bats from entering your home.
- Do not let your pets run free or leave them unattended.
- Keep pets indoors at night.
- Feed pets indoors, so outdoor food dishes won’t attract strange animals.
- Tightly cap garbage cans.
- Encourage children to immediately tell an adult if they are bitten by an animal.
- Report all animal bites to Delaware County Public Health Services.
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