HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – The Hasbrouck Heights Rabies Clinic has cared for 51 dogs, according to the report at the February Health Board meeting.
Hasbrouck Heights Chancellor and Secretary of Health Department Laura French announced during Wednesday’s Department of Health meeting that the district would have a free parking space behind Borough Hall on Saturday, February 20, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the parking lot behind Borough Hall Rabies Clinic. The clinic administered 51 rabies vaccines and issued 64 dog licenses.
The licensed veterinarian Dr. Brittany Lee of the Teterboro Animal Clinic co-administered the vaccine with an assistant. The vaccine was ordered from the New Jersey Department of Health. An animal control officer from Bergen County visited the clinic free of charge under the county animal control contract.
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French thanked Vice President Charlotte Sodora, Health Inspector, Dan Dabrowski and board members Lisa Ratkowski, Mary Neumann and Kathi Auriemma for their support during the event.
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