Modified Low-Cost Rabies Clinic Dates:
Cats and Ferrets - SIGN UP IS COMPLETELY FULL!
Dogs - SIGN UP IS COMPLETELY FULL!
Reduce your risk of exposure to the rabies virus.
- Get your pets vaccinated against rabies, and keep current on their revaccinations.
- Stay away from wildlife, and keep children and pets away from wildlife.
- Always walk your dogs on a leash to keep them from running after wildlife.
- Deter wildlife from coming into your yard by eliminating possible food sources and keeping trash can lids tightly closed.
- Do not keep wild animals as pets!
- Report any strange behavior by wildlife or any bites by wildlife to the Animal Protection Police by calling 703-691-2131.
- If you are bitten by a wild animal or stray dog or cat, wash the wound immediately, seek medical attention, and report the incident to Animal Protection Police by calling 703-691-2131.
- Rabies is a deadly virus spread through saliva, and most often transmitted through bites by an infected animal. There is no cure for rabies. You can protect your pet against this virus by having them vaccinated against rabies, and Virginia state law and Fairfax County ordinances requires that dogs and cats four months of age and older be vaccinated against rabies.
2020 Low-Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinic Schedule*
The Fairfax County Animal Shelter holds many low-cost rabies vaccination clinics throughout the year, at locations around Fairfax County. The 2020 clinic schedule is below. *Please note, this schedule is subject to change due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sunday, March 8 --- 12-2pm
Mason District Governmental Center
6507 Columbia Pike, Annandale VA 22003
Sunday, April 5 --- CANCELLED
Sunday, May 3 --- CANCELLED
Sunday, June 7 --- CANCELLED
Sunday, September 13 --- 9-11am
Sully District Governmental Center
4900 Stonecroft Blvd, Chantilly VA 20151
Sunday, November 15 --- 9-11am
Fairfax County Animal Shelter
4500 West Ox Rd, Fairfax VA 22030
Sunday, December 6 --- 12-2pm
West Springfield Govermental Center
6140 Rolling Rd, Springfield VA 22152
Please note these clinic reminders:
- Cost is $15 per pet, cash and check only.
- Dogs, cats, and ferrets may be vaccinated at the clinic.
- Dogs must be on leashes; cats and ferrets must be in carriers.
- All pets will receive a 1-year rabies vaccination. To obtain a 3-year vaccine, please bring your pet's rabies certificate (not tag) showing the current rabies vaccination expiration date.
- 2020 county dog license applications and addressed envelopes will be provided to dog owners, so the application and fee can be mailed to DTA.