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DocuPet Licence Identifies Dog Lost for 57 Days

A pet licence helped City of Kingston bylaw officers bring Titus the dog home after he had been lost for 57 days. Bylaw officers Angie Hogle and Tina Campbell found Titus, after someone who spotted him called in to the City. Hogle and Campbell brought Titus to a vet to be checked out after making… Keep Reading

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Renew Your Pet Licences with DocuPet

It’s time to renew your pet licences. If your pet was licensed last year, look for your licence renewal notice in the mail, and go online to <http://kingston.docupet.com/renew-now>  to complete your renewal. “Pet owners renewing their licences will notice that the City’s partnership with DocuPet has added a lot of value to our pet licensing… Keep Reading

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Kingston Humane Society Offering Microchip Clinic

On Sunday, June 14th, the Kingston Humane Society will be holding a microchip clinic from 11 am to 1 pm. Shelters and many veterinary clinics are able to scan found animals and received owner contact details from the microchip company’s database. According to the organization, having a pet microchipped typically reduces the time required to… Keep Reading

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