New Marlborough: Volunteer Fire Company to hold rabies clinic


Members of the New Marlborough Volunteer Fire Company will hold a rabies clinic from 10 a.m. to noon Sunday, March 23, at the New Marlborough Fire Station on Norfolk Road in Southfield.

New Marlborough Town Clerk Kathy Chretien will be on hand to issue dog licenses, and the clinic will include coffee and a bake sale for pet owners.

Massachusetts law requires all dogs, cats and ferrets be vaccinated against rabies. If possible, bring proof of the pet’s most recent rabies vaccination, as this will determine if the pet is eligible for a one-year or three-year vaccine. The cost is $10 per vaccination.

Information: David Smith, president, New Marlborough Fire Co., (413) 229-0291.


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