Fulton County Public Health is responsible for Rabies prevention and treatment of Fulton County residents.

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RABIES

Fulton County Public Health is responsible for Rabies prevention and treatment for Fulton County residents.

Pet immunization clinics are held periodically throughout the year. A nominal donation is requested. Clinic dates are advertised in local newspapers, Facebook and posted in town halls. Clinic pre-registration is available by calling (518) 736-5720 two weeks prior to each clinic.

Pre-exposure treatment is offered for people at-risk for a fee.

On–call coverage for rabies exposure is available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.

During office hours, call Fulton County Public Health at (518) 736-5720; after hours call Fulton County Sheriff’s Department at (518) 736-2100 and request the Public Health Nurse on-call.

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