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Keep microchip data current to protect pets

Courtesy photo<br>Yavapai Humane Society executive director Ed Boks presents Yavapai County Animal Control Officer Jake Lane with two microchip scanners to help quickly return lost pets to their owners. Contact YHS about how you can get your pet microchipped – which may save his/her life.

Courtesy photo<br>Yavapai Humane Society executive director Ed Boks presents Yavapai County Animal Control Officer Jake Lane with two microchip scanners to help quickly return lost pets to their owners. Contact YHS about how you can get your pet microchipped – which may save his/her life.

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