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July 12, 2014

Town to conduct dog census

Tonawanda News — Tonawanda plans on conducting a dog census in the town and the village of Kenmore.

The dogs will be checked for a valid town or village license. All dogs 4 months or older most have the proper documentation. Residents who have dogs without a license will be given 15 days to obtain one. A current rabies vaccination is required to purchase a dog license.

Residents can purchase a dog license at the clerk's office, located in the Municipal Building, located in room 14 at 2919 Delaware Ave. 

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