Rabies Clinics

By law, your dog, cat, or ferret must be actively vaccinated for rabies. Public Health Law requires all dogs, cats, and ferrets be vaccinated by 4 months of age. A second vaccination must be given within one year of the first, and actively immunized against rabies thereafter. Owners of any dog, cat, or ferret not vaccinated is in violation of Public Health Law, subject to a fine of up to $200 for each offense.

Schedule of Rabies Clinics:

Madison County Health Department sponsors rabies vaccinations free to residents of Madison County, from March-December. 

The Madison County Health Department Rabies Clinics for March and April 2020 are canceled. Please see our schedule for future clinics:

2020 Rabies Clinic Schedule (PDF)

Vaccinations are available free of charge to Madison County Residents, however, voluntary donations are accepted to help defray clinic costs.

  • All animals must be at least 3 months of age.
  • All animals must be properly restrained (leash and collar/harness or cage/pet carrier)
  • Proof of prior vaccination is required to qualify for a 3-year certificate.

Contact Information

For additional information, call the Environmental Health Division at 315-366-2526.

Learn more about rabies.

Cat and dog sitting next to eachother
Pet ferret sitting