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Free microchipping to help keep animals secure




Dog chipping at Bourne. Vets nurse Sarah Cheshire with dog Tilley EMN-150329-202641009
Dog chipping at Bourne. Vets nurse Sarah Cheshire with dog Tilley EMN-150329-202641009

Police teamed up with a canine charity to offer dog microchipping and property marking.

Members of the Bourne policing team set up stall alongside the Dogs Trust charity in Bourne.

Further sessions will be held at Mole Country Stores in Stamford on April 18, and Market Deeping police station on April 19.



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