Low-Cost Rabies Vaccines, Spay/Neuter Information

Animal Commission

Cambridge Animal Commission sponsors an annual low-cost Rabies Vaccination Clinic (Dogs only) and Microchipping service for a fee, generally on the first or second weekend in April.  Dog licenses for the license period from April 1 of the current year through March 31 of the following year will also be available at the clinic.  Owners are welcome to attend the Rabies Vaccination Clinic even if their dog is up to date on shots but needs a dog license. 

How to Start

  • For your pet’s safety at the Rabies Vaccination Clinic, dogs must be leashed at all times.
  • Bring your most recent rabies vaccination certificate. The vaccination given at the clinic could be good for 1 year or 3 years, depending on your dog’s last rabies vaccination. Otherwise, the vaccination given will be good for 1 year. 


For the licensing process, you must bring proof that your pet has been spayed or neutered. If this is a license renewal and proof of spay/neuter was previously provided to the Animal Commission, it will be in their records.

Additional Information

In addition to the Annual Rabies Vaccination Clinic sponsored by Cambridge Animal Commission, some pet stores and other locations will hold low cost clinics. Dogs can get spayed/neutered at the veterinarian’s office or at low-cost clinics held periodically.
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