, Salem, MA


April 29, 2013

Letter: Salem rabies clinic set for Wednesday


The annual Salem rabies clinic will be held on Wednesday, May 1, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the back of the police station. The clinic is sponsored by the Veterinary Association of the North Shore, a nonprofit organization. The proceeds from the vaccination clinics will go toward veterinary student scholarships. The cost is $10 per vaccine, dogs and cats only. They must be at least 12 weeks of age. The vaccine will be good for one year unless you have written proof of prior vaccinations done according to the state law. Please bring all rabies certificates with you.

Don’t get yourself into a quandary or risk your family or your pet’s health. Vaccinate before it is too late.

Kathleen Keefe Ternes, D.V.M.

The Feline Hospital


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