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Rabies and dog-licensing clinic

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A rabies and dog-licensing clinic will be held April 13 from 10 a.m. to noon at the town’s animal shelter on Evergreen Street. Veterinarian Mark Russo will administer rabies vaccinations at a cost of $10 each. All dogs must be on leashes and cats in carriers. Dog licenses will be available during the clinic through the town clerk’s office, which administers the dog licensing bylaw. The licensing fee for an unneutered or unspayed dog is $20; for a neutered or spayed dog, $10. Owners who failed to license their dogs before the March 15 deadline also face a $20 late fee. The clinic is being cosponsored by Kingston’s Animal Control Office and Town Clerk’s Office and the Kingston Animal Hospital.

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