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Williamsport, Pa. - About 1.5 million dogs in Pennsylvania have no ticket home if they get lost, and no way to track down an owner if they would bite or attack a person or another animal. Fifty percent of Pa.'s dogs are unlicensed, according to Agriculture Deputy Secretary Fred Strathmeyer.
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