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The Livingston County Department of Health will host a rabies vaccination clinic for dogs, cats and ferrets from 5 to 7 p.m. June 22 in Kiwanis Park, 24 Portage St., Nunda.

The clinic, which is open to Livingston County residents only, will take place in the back corner of the ballfield.

All humans must wear a mask. Animals must be leashed or in a carrier.

Preregistration is required for all participants and may be done online at, by calling (585) 243-7280 or (585) 335-1717 or emailing

Special arrangements must be made by calling/emailing us if you are bringing more than 5 pets.

Participants should bring proof of prior immunization to receive a 3-year certificate. Without proof a 1-year certificate will be issued.

Due to increasing costs, donations are appreciated.

Additional clinics are being planned for the Livingston County Highway Dept., 4389 Gypsy Lane, Hampton’s Corners, Mount Morris; Livonia Town Barns, Commercial Street (across from Town Hall), Livonia; and Babcock Park, Morey Avenue, Dansville. Dates for those clinics have not yet been announced. Clinics will be scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m.

In 2020, the Livingston County Department of Health reported five lab-confirmed cases of rabies. Three or four rabies positive animals a year have been typical in Livingston County for the past decade.

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