Imported from Japan! Lucban Mayor Oli Dator makes streets safer with anti-rabies drive
Being around dogs and cats in Lucban just got safer.
This is because an anti-rabies drive was held in the municipality.
In a Facebook post, Lucban Mayor Oli Dator said this was made possible with the help of Dr. Katsuhiko Tsukata, a veterinarian and owner of the Tsukata Animal Hospital in Nagoya, Japan.
He and his colleagues from the Bureau of Animal Industry worked with the local Office of Agriculture to administer the anti-rabies vaccine in the animals.
This move is just one more step toward improving Lucban, he said.
It doesn’t just benefit dogs and cats who would be rabies free, it protects the residents of Lucban as well!
“September 22, 2019
Nagkaroon pong muli tayo ng isang programa ng Libreng pagpapaturok ng Anti-Rabies para sa ating mga alagang aso at pusa. Muli ay sina Dr. Katsuhiko Tsukata isang veterinarian at owner ng Tsukata Animal Hospital sa Nagoya, Japan at ilan pa niyang mga kasamahang Veterinarian mula sa Bureau of Animal Industry ang nanguna dito katulong ang ating mga kasamahang kawani mula sa Office of Agriculture na nangangasiwa din sa ating mga hayop.
‘Sama-sama, Tulong-tulong para sa kaganapan ng PAGBABAGO at PAG-ASA ng bayan ng LUCBAN,’” Dator posted.
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