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Georgetown

Rabies clinic on April 6

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The town will hold a rabies clinic for dogs and cats on April 6, from 1  to 3 p.m. at the Highway Department, 203 East Main St. The fee is $10 per pet. Dog licenses are required for all dogs 6 months and older. A rabies certificate must be presented when applying for a dog license. All dog licenses expire annually on March 31 . Renewal begins on March 1 at the town clerk’s office. For more information, call 978-352-5711. Additional information about rabies is available on the town website: www.georgetownma.gov.

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