Low-fee vaccination clinic for rabies planned

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JANESVILLE - A low-fee rabies vaccination clinic for cats and dogs will be held from 1 - 4 p.m. Saturday at the Rock County Fairgrounds.

The clinic is being held in association with Rabies Awareness Week. The Rock County Public Health Department, Friends of Noah and local veterinarians are sponsoring the event.

A cash only $10 fee will be charged for each vaccination. Dogs must be on leashes and cats confined to carriers. Vaccinations are good for one year.

If an owner can provide proper documentation of a prior rabies vaccination, their dog or cat can receive a three year vaccination.

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