Local shelter volunteers will work ’round the clock to calm pets on Independence Day

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Volunteers at Lakeshore Humane Society will staff the shelter on July 4th, to calm nervous pets during fireworks. It’s the busiest week of the year for animals to get scared off and run away. That’s why they’re also having a walk-in microchipping event today. It’s just $10 per dog or cat. For more information on that, or to meet Bailey this cute adoptable dog who came along for the ride, head to https://www.lakeshorehumane.org/

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