Pennsylvania wardens in search of unlicensed dogs

WYOMISSING, Pa. - Owners of unlicensed dogs beware: Pennsylvania Dog Law Enforcement officials have arrived in Berks County.

Several dog wardens converged Tuesday morning on the parking lot next to the McDonald's in Wyomissing before fanning out across the county.

They're in search of dogs that don't have a current state license.

"It's a state law, so you must get a dog license if you are a dog owner," Berks County Treasurer Dennis Adams told 69 News in announcing the planned enforcement sweep last week.

The county provides dog license applications on its website, and the license can be obtained via mail or in person at the treasurer's office or one of 12 remote sites.

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