PCDOH Free Rabies Clinic

Attention Putnam Residents! Bring your dogs, cats, and ferrets to a FREE rabies vaccination clinic on Saturday, July 28 from 10 am-12pm. Sponsored by the Putnam County Department of Health, the clinic is being held at Hubbard Lodge, 2880 Route 9, Cold Spring and is open to all Putnam County residents.

 

Please bring photo ID as proof of Putnam County residency, as well as proof of prior rabies vaccination. Tags are not acceptable. If you do not have proof of prior rabies vaccination, your pet will receive a one-year rabies vaccine. All dogs must be leashed and controlled. Any dog that may become aggressive must be muzzled. Cats and ferrets must be in carriers. For more information and directions, please call the Putnam County Department of Health at (845) 808-1390 ext. 43160.

Contact Information
  1. Marianne Burdick
  2. 845-808-1390
  3. victoria.dilonardo@putnamcountyny.gov
Sat, July 28
10:00 am — 2:00 pm
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Attention Putnam Residents! Bring your dogs, cats, and ferrets to a FREE rabies vaccination clinic on Saturday, July 28 from 10 am-12pm. Sponsored by the Putnam County Department of Health, the clinic is being held at Hubbard Lodge, 2880 Route 9, Cold Spring and is open to all Putnam County residents.

Please bring photo ID as proof of Putnam County residency, as well as proof of prior ...

2880 Route 9D Cold Spring, NY 10516

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2880 Route 9D
Cold Spring, NY 10516

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