75 dogs in Lancaster County are now better protected

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The Humane League of Lancaster County offered free vaccination and microchip services on Saturday.
Staff and volunteers were on hand at the Crispus Attucks Community Center, to vaccinate up to 75 dogs on a first come, first serve basis.
They also provided the dogs with "Home Again" microchips, so that if a dog is ever lost, it's easier to find their owner.
The Humane League of Lancaster County says it wants to make it easier for pet owners to stay up to date on vaccines, especially in tough economic times.
"It's a good thing they're doing, I mean, some people can't afford it, like me, and I just got this pet, so I'm really grateful for what they're doing here, you know, I recommend this to everyone; They get their shots all the time and everything," says Virgen Plaza Melendez, who received a tag for her dog.
The Humane League of Lancaster County is also offering extended veterinary services that are pro-rated based on household incomes

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