Rabies in Clarkstown

Police in Clarkstown have put out a warning that “a rabid skunk was killed by a dog on Lakeland Avenue in Congers.” The pet owner reported the incident to a Clarkstown Police Animal Control Officer. This attack has the ability to infect both the dog and homeowner. Rabies is typically spread through bites and can destroy the central nervous system and lead to other life-threatening illnesses. In order to avoid rabies in pets, children and members of your community keep animal vaccinations up to date. It is a state and county law that all dogs, cats and ferrets are vaccinated against rabies. The Rockland County Health Department will be holding their next rabies shot clinic on April 24th from 10am-1pm at the county fire training center on Memorial Drive in Pomona. All shots are free.

Snow Closings Updated Regularly

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