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More Schenectady dogs getting vaccinated

Licensing is up, city clerk reports

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More residents are getting their dogs vaccinated to comply with the city’s licencing rules. An additional 700 dogs have been licensed this year in response to the public campaign urging licensing. But City Clerk Charles Thorne estimates that there are 10,000 or more dogs left to go. “I think it’s going to take two to three years to get to 80 to 90 percent compliance,” he said. What he found most surprising was the number ...


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