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September 04, 2019 - 00:00
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BULLETIN PHOTO/Bill Pack Dr. Conrad Nightingale, right, the Bandera County Rabies Control officer, checks out a kitten before giving it a rabies shot with the help of Veterinary Assistant Tina Couch on Aug. 27 at the Hill Country Veterinary Hospital and Equine Center. It was part of a second rabies clinic that Nightingale has held to get more pets in Bandera County vaccinated after six rabies cases were confirmed in wild animals earlier this year. ...

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