Rabies may be found in a variety of animals native to the Commonwealth, including raccoons, skunks, bats, woodchucks, and foxes. These animals can infect humans and pets, so residents should understand the symptoms of rabies in Massachusetts wildlife and stay clear of possibly infected animals.
Having a pet is a privilege that comes with responsibilities. Maintaining your pet’s health, ensuring it has the proper identification, and making sure to clean up after it benefits you, your pet, and the Commonwealth. The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR) , the Department …Continue Reading Responsible Pet Ownership in Massachusetts
Moving to Massachusetts: Part 1 Planning Your Move Moving With Pets Moving Day Parking Restrictions Change of Address Establishing Residency Visas Part 2 Converting an Out-Of-State Driver’s License Converting a Driver’s License From a Foreign Country Changing a Massachusetts Driver’s License or ID Address Converting …Continue Reading Moving to Massachusetts, Part 1: Planning Your Move
From guide dogs that help people with their mobility and access to family companions, pets have become important members in over half of American households today. Pets can help us cope with stress, stay physically fit, and improve our mood. Due to the special role …Continue Reading Keeping Our Pets Happy and Safe
New Year’s Eve is once again upon us, a night to reflect back on the last 365 days and celebrate the coming year. As the clock runs down for 2013, many people will be drinking, dancing, and telling stories of days gone by while presenting …Continue Reading Tips on Staying Safe and Healthy on New Year’s Eve
Use #MAsnow on Twitter for updates on a snow storm’s progress through Massachusetts. As the Massachusetts winter progresses, it’s important that residents understand proper winter storm preparation procedures so they can keep their families and their homes safe during a blizzard or other weather emergency. Winter …Continue Reading Be Prepared: 12 Steps to Take Before a Winter Storm
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