Massachusetts laws requires that all dogs, cats and ferrets be vaccinated for rabies.
On average, more than 450 dogs and cats are exposed to rabid animals in Massachusetts each year.
Fewer than 35% of cats in Massachusetts are vaccinated.
The following organizations are organizing rabies clinics in our area in recognition of Massachusetts Rabies Vaccination Day March 23rd*.
*(Please note that some clinics are not on March 23rd, but on nearby dates, check specific veterinary outlets for date, time and price before arrival.)
- Second Chance Wellness Center, 372 North Main St, North Brookfield: Rabies clinic March 27 9 am - 11 am, $12. Cats/dogs only. This venue is providing several rabies clinics year-round. Call or check their web site for details. (508) 637-1333
- Paxton Animal Hospital, Route 122, Paxton: Rabies Clinic March 23rd from 9 am - 12 noon, $10. All pets must be properly restrained either on leash or in protective pet carrier. (508) 752-3100
- Animal Hospital of Orleans, 65 Finlay Rd, Orleans: March 23 9 am - noon. $10. Cats, dogs, ferrets. (508) 240-3700 ext 450
- Eastham Police & Fire Dept, 2500 State Highway (Route 6) Eastham: Rabies clinic March 30 10 am - 12 noon. $10. Cats, dogs, ferrets. This is a one-year vaccination. With proof of current vaccination, a 3-year booster will be available, also for $10. (508) 240-5900
- City of Attleboro & Central Ave Vet Clinic, 1296 West St, Attleboro: March 23, 9 am - 12 noon. $12. Cats, dogs, ferrets. (508) 761-5617
For more rabies clinic locations and dates throughout Massachusetts, check mass.gov's web site, here