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City of Rochester plans Rabies Clinic for 5/14

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The City of Rochester will be hosting a Rabies Clinic on Saturday, May 14, from 12-2pm at 45 Old Dover Rd, in the former Department of Public Works building.

The Animal Control Officer, in conjunction with Rochester Veterinary Clinic, is offering $15 (cash only) rabies vaccinations for dogs and cats. It is open to everyone, not just Rochester residents.

Staff members from the Rochester City Clerk’s Office will be on hand to license the dogs of Rochester residents. The City Clerk’s Office accepts cash, check, or card.

Please note: dogs must be on leashes and cats must be in carriers.

For additional information and general inquiries, contact the Rochester City Clerk’s Office at (603) 332-2130.

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