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