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Erie County SPCA Sponsors Paws in the Park Walk

As the SPCA’s longest-running fundraiser, the Paws in the Park Walk presented by Keller Technology Corporation invites people to come with (or without) their dog to a two-mile walk at Beaver Island State Park on Saturday, September 11, at 11 a.m. (Registration begins at 9:30 a.m.)

The day includes lunch for participants and the opportunity to interact with: 50 or more pet-related vendors, exhibitors and canine rescue groups; judged dog trick, costume and dog-owner look-alike contests; an agility course for the dogs; and fun for children and adults alike with inflatable bounce houses. 

Participants are encouraged to raise pledges that directly benefit the people and animals the SPCA assists. In return, these participants win incredible prizes, including airline tickets, messenger bags, and pet first aid kits!

For more information, visit the Paws in the Park website.

Counting All Dogs

The Town of Tonawanda Police Department is conducting a dog census throughout the Town of Tonawanda and Village of Kenmore. All dogs identified during the census will be checked for a valid New York State dog license.

If a resident is found harboring an unlicensed dog, he or she will be given five days to acquire a license.

The New York State Agricultural and Markets Law requires that all dogs four months of age or older must have a current New York State dog license. A current rabies certificate is required to purchase a dog license.

Town of Tonawanda and Village of Kenmore residents can acquire a dog license at:

Town Clerk's Office

2919 Delaware Avenue, Room 14

Kenmore, NY 14217

For more information, call 877-8800.

 

Town of Tonawanda Police