Public Health Law requires your dog, cat, or ferret be vaccinated. Click here to read more.
2017 Schedule: Rabies Clinics flyer (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.
Madison Fire Department, 7362 Route 20, 5pm-7pm
Chittenango Fire Department, 417 Genesee Street, 9am-12pm
Earlville Fire Department, North Main Street, 5pm-7pm
Stockbridge Highway Garage, 5320 N. Main St (Route 46) Munnsville, 5pm-7pm
Wampsville Highway Dept., 139 North Court Street, 9am-12pm
Morrisville Agriculture Center, 100 Eaton Street, 5pm-7pm
Georgetown Highway Garage, Route 26, 5pm-7pm
Canastota Fireman’s Field, Hickory Street (across from Zem’s*), 5pm-7pm
*Special event details to follow
New Woodstock Fire Dept., 2632 Mill Street, 5pm-7pm
Wampsville Highway Dept., 139 North Court Street, 5pm-7pm
Bridgeport Fire Department, 427 State Route 31, 5pm-7pm
Oneida Vets Memorial Field, 260 North Main Street, 9am-11:30am
Click here for information about rabies.
Rabies clinics are sponsored by the Madison County Health Department.
For additional information, call the Environmental Health Division at 366-2526.
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 $200.00 for each offense.