The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement that protects Pennsylvanians is at risk of running out of funds to fuel their vital work.
Animal owners should take precautions to protect their animals from high temperatures.
If a dog warden comes knocking on your door, know that they are trained to respect your rights.
There are many opportunities for Pennsylvanians to give back to their local shelter, by volunteering or donating items they need.
Just like in people, the dog flu is extremely contagious and should be treated immediately.
The fund that helps PA protect the safety and well-being of dogs in the state is expected to run out of money next year.
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