A Trip to see the Vet

by Bobby Blair
April 8, 2018

Animal Inspector PJ Kilkelly above has pet owners fill out their application fees at Saturday morning's Rabies Clinic at the town's highway garage.

Lisa Deering and Anne Adams of the Health Department collect fees for the rabies shots. Adams told the HollistonReporter.com that 48 animals had been vaccinated half way through the 9 am to 11 am clinic.

Dr. Poling, above left, had the honor of vaccinating former State Rep. John Losch's (center) pet as Board of Health Agent Scott Boles looks on.

Town Clerk Liz Greendale and daughter Riley collected fees for dog licenses.

 

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What is going on with these photos? The photo quality of HR.com has been JV at best but can we stop making photos look like watercolor paintings?

- Ronald Carter | 4/8/18 9:43 PM

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