Collingswood Offers Free Rabies Clinic

Make sure your furry friends are healthy for the holidays and beyond! 

The Collingswood Rotary Club in conjunction with the Borough of Collingswood will hold its annual rabies clinic for dogs and cats on Saturday, December 3, from 9am - 11am at no charge. The clinic will be held at the Public Works Department at 713 North Atlantic Avenue.

Why Should You Have Your Animals Vaccinated?

  •  Vaccinating pets prevents them from getting rabies and is one of the most effective ways in preventing rabies exposure in people.
  • If your dog, cat, or ferret is not vaccinated, and is bitten by a stray or wild animal, the pet needs to be confined and observed for six months. This strict confinement of a pet could cost a significant amount of money and could harm the animal physiologically. If the pet develops signs of rabies while in confinement, it must be euthanized to be tested for rabies.
  • The health risk, stress, and financial burden of a pet potentially being exposed to rabies are significantly less if the pet is vaccinated. Rabies vaccines for pets are an inexpensive way to protect people and other animals. It is worth spending a few dollars to vaccinate your pet instead of spending thousands of dollars on confinement and the potential tragedy of losing your pet.