Delaware County promotes dog license event as local SPCA stops animal control

    As the Delaware County SPCA gets closer to the June 30 cut-off of its animal control services, the county is encouraging dog owners to invest in licenses.

    A license can help protect a lost dog from getting caught up in the strays, and can result in a quicker reunion for family pets.

    Since the Delaware County SPCA rejected last week the county’s request to exend its animal control services, the county must come up with a way to control the stray population. Three license events are the first step.

    The Delaware County Daily Times has the information for the events that begin this week that are meant to make getting a dog license easier.

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