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Rabies Vaccination Clinics

Protect Your Family – Dogs and Cats Must Be Vaccinated

Not only is it an important tool to help reduce the risk of rabies in our communities, vaccination against rabies for dogs, cats and some other domestic animals is a regulatory requirement in Ontario.

Update on Reduced-Cost Rabies Clinics – June 23, 2023

Please be advised that the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit will not be offering reduced-cost rabies vaccination clinics in cooperation with local veterinarians in 2023.  This is due to a number of factors including lack of available resources to both organize and run the clinics, for both veterinarians and the health unit, as well as lower turnout to clinics in recent years.

It is hoped that some veterinarians in the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark region will independently offer reduced-price clinics during the remainder of 2023.  The health unit will update this page with the dates, times and locations of any planned clinics as we become aware of them.  The public is encouraged to check back here regularly to see if any new clinics have been scheduled.

Independent Veterinarian-offered Rabies Vaccination Clinics:

There are no upcoming clinics presently scheduled.

Other Rabies Vaccination Clinics

World Rabies Day

World Rabies Day is held in September each year to bring awareness to rabies issues around the world. Rabies is a deadly disease that can be prevented. Did you know that a person dies from Rabies every 10 minutes throughout the world? Help prevent the spread of rabies by vaccinating your pet dog or cat. Visit this website for more information on World Rabies Day.