Where can I get a rabies shot in Ontario?

Where can I get a rabies shot in Ontario?

You can get the rabies vaccine from your family doctor or at a travel clinic. Preventive treatment isn’t covered by OHIP so you’ll have to pay for it out-of-pocket. Your doctor can tell you how much it will cost. You will get three shots over 21 days.

How much is a rabies shot for dogs in Ontario?

Rabies Vaccinations and/or Microchips are $25 EACH per animal (including HST). Rabies Vaccinations and Microchips can be purchased individually – you do not have to get both. These clinics are on a cash only basis and will be administered first come, first serve. Dogs must be on a leash or in a carrier.

Are rabies shots mandatory for dogs in Ontario?

Rabies vaccine In most parts of Ontario, your cat or dog must be vaccinated for rabies as soon as it is 3 months old and must be kept up-to-date for its entire life. After your pet is vaccinated the first time, it must get a booster shot within 1 year of the date they were vaccinated.

How much is the rabies vaccine in Canada?


Vaccines DIN Number Cost (per dose)
Rabies (Rabavert Or Imovax Rabies) Rabavert 02267667 Imovax Rabies 01908286 $230 $380
Rotavirus (Rotateq or Rotarix) Rotateq 02284413 Rotarix 02300591 $90
Tetanus and Diphtheria 00514462 $65
TDPolio 00615358 $65

Does an indoor cat need a rabies shot?

Rabies vaccination is an important and required vaccine for all cats. A common misconception is that indoor cats are not required to maintain updated vaccines as they do not have exposure to the outdoors or other animals. In fact, rabies vaccinations are required by law in all felines.

Do dogs really need rabies shots every year?

In California, the law reads that any dog must receive 3 rabies vaccines in the first 5 years of life. That means 1 is given at 3-4 months of age, then at 1 year and 3-4 months of age, and then 3 years later. After this, dogs are then required to be vaccinated every 3 years.