The Board of Health’s annual rabies clinic, scheduled for March 29, usually draws “about 100 or so people,” said Jo Ann Lima, the board’s administrative assistant. It is not restricted to resident pet owners, she said, and pet owners can come from other towns. The clinic to vaccinate cats and dogs will be be held at the Highway Department barn, 8 Montgomery St., and cost $10 per animal. Dogs will be vaccinated from 1:30 to 3 p.m. and cats from 3 to 3:30 p.m. Dogs must be leashed and cats confined to a safety carrier, and all dogs and cats must be at least three months old. The clinic will also be available for Lakeville residents to license their dogs, Lima said. The town’s animal shelter, located at the same site, will also be open during those times for pet adoptions. For information, call 508-946-3473.