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2012 May Rabies Clinic - Little Valley DPW

Date(s): 
Sat, 05/05/2012 - 9:00am - 12:00pm
Rabies Clinic with syringe, dog and cat

There will be a rabies clinic held at the Cattaraugus County Department of Public Works garage in Little Valley on May 5, 2012 from 9:00 am to Noon.

Rabies Vaccinations are required for ALL cats, dogs and domesticated ferrets by FOUR months of age (but not less than 12 weeks).

Cats and dogs are given a booster one year later and every three years thereafter. Ferrets must be vaccinated annually.

No charge for vaccination but donations accepted to help defray costs! Read more

2012 January Rabies Clinic

News from Environmental Health, Health posted on Mon, 10/17/2011 - 11:30am

Rabies Prevention

Capture the BatThe Environmental Health Division is charged with the prevention of human cases of rabies in Cattaraugus County.  This includes promoting pet rabies vaccinations, investigating all potential rabies exposures (animal bites & scratches) that are reported to the Department, and submission of certain animal specimens to the NYS Department of Health Wadsworth Laboratory for rabies testing.  In accordance with NYS Public Health Law, any person with k Read more

2011 Fall Rabies Clinics

News from Environmental Health, Health posted on Tue, 08/23/2011 - 10:59am

Governor Paterson Announces Changes on H1N1 Vaccinations

News from Health posted on Fri, 12/11/2009 - 3:28pm

EVERYONE over age 6 months is now eligible for H1N1 vaccine - please encourage anyone and everyone to come to one of our clinics! Thus far we have scheduled Olean Bethany Lutheran (across from County Bldg), TODAY the 11th, from 1 to 7 pm....and in Cattaraugus on Wednesday, the 16th, at the Fireman's Club on South Street, also from 1 to 7 pm.

Is it OK to get a H1N1 shot before a seasonal flu shot?

Yes you may get either the seasonal flu shot or the H1N1 flu shot in any order.  We recommend that you get your vaccinations when ever they become available to you. 

Update on Seasonal Flu Vaccine & H1N1 Flu Vaccine

News from Health posted on Wed, 10/14/2009 - 12:02pm

SEASONAL FLU VACCINE

NOTE: Your own doctor may be your best option for getting seasonal flu vaccine. Many health care providers have received supplies of seasonal flu vaccine, while other providers are still waiting to receive their vaccines. Providers will continue to receive vaccines in the coming weeks, and vaccination for seasonal flu will continue through November and December, in time to provide protection against the seasonal flu.

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