The Brighton Police Department's Animal Control Division helps coordinate and sponsor an annual rabies clinic, which provides free rabies vaccination shots for domestic dogs, cats, and ferrets. The date for the clinic is determined in late summer. In 2017, the rabies clinic will be on Saturday, October 7, at the Brighton Highway Department, 1941 Elmwood Avenue, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon.
Dogs must be on leashes, and cats must be in carriers. Proof of a previous rabies vaccination is required in order to receive a 3-year booster; otherwise, a 1-year vaccination will be given.
For further information, call the Monroe County Health Department at 753-5171, or Brighton Animal Control at 784-5120.