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  • Annual Newtown Rabies Vaccine Clinic

    The Canine Advocates of Newtown and Mt Pleasant Hospital for Animals held the annual vaccination clinic in Edmond Town Hall on Saturday, June 20.

    “Today we are having our annual rabies clinic for the town of Newtown,” said Mary Simpson, a veterinary technician at Mt Pleasant.

  • Welcomed At The Rabies Vaccine Clinic

    To the Editor:

    I would like to offer a simple, yet heartfelt, “thank you” to the doctors and staff of Mt. Pleasant Hospital for Animals.  This past weekend, a rabies clinic was offered for dogs and cats at a cost of $20.  The timing was perfect for one of our dogs to get his shot, so off we went.

  • Addition To Mt Pleasant Hospital For Animals Means Room To Grow

    A recently completed addition to the Mt Pleasant Hospital for Animals means the ability to expand services and offer a smoother workflow, enhancing care to the clients of the veterinary hospital, said Dr Rakesh Vali, owner of the practice on Route 6.

    Founded in 1977 by the late Dr Brian Silverlieb, Dr Vali joined the practice in 2003, purchasing the business from Dr Silverlieb in 2010.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    Here’s one good thing about the Arctic temperatures we’ve been enduring. The temporary ice skating rink at Fairfield Hills has been set up for the season, and I have noticed people are taking time to visit it again. The rink will have a formal event next weekend, when Newtown Parks & Recreation hosts a family ice skating party on Friday, February 7. DJ Kevin Koschel will provide music for the event, which will run from 6:30 until 9:30 pm. Hot chocolate and hot coffee will be served, and a small bonfire will help keep some guests warm.