Harrisburg, Pa. - Advocates continue to call to the legislature to be "a voice for Pa.'s pups."
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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.
Neighbors on Maplewood Drive say the three dogs that live at the house have attacked their owner before — but never like this.
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