Brookhaven to Host Pet Expo with Free Vaccines and Microchipping

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BROOKHAVEN, PA — Residents of Brookhaven and surrounding areas are in for a treat as Senator John I. Kane and Representative Leanne Krueger gear up to host a community-oriented Pet Expo. The event, set for Saturday, April 13th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at Upland Park, promises an engaging day for pets and their owners, filled with giveaways, treats, and valuable services.

In a unique collaboration, the expo brings together the Brandywine Valley SPCA, the Delaware County Kennel Club, and local businesses specializing in pet products and services. This partnership underlines the community’s commitment to the well-being and care of pets, offering a platform for residents to explore a variety of resources available to them.

A highlight of the event is the provision of free vaccines and microchipping for dogs, available exclusively to Delaware County residents. These offerings are not only essential to maintaining the health of pets but also serve as a preventive measure against common diseases and facilitate the recovery of lost pets. With a limited supply on hand, attendees are encouraged to arrive early to ensure their pets can benefit from these crucial services.

Senator Kane emphasized the expo’s role in fostering community partnerships and providing essential services to district residents and their pets. Representative Krueger echoed this sentiment, expressing enthusiasm for introducing residents to the wealth of services offered by local organizations dedicated to pet care.

The event stipulates that all animals must be contained for their safety and the safety of others, requiring cats to be in carriers and dogs to be leashed. This ensures a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone attending.

In addition to the festivities, Senator Kane and his office staff will be present to provide state-related information and field questions from constituents. This offers an invaluable opportunity for residents to engage directly with their representatives and access a wide range of resources.

By bringing together service providers, local businesses, and pet owners, the Pet Expo aims to strengthen the bond between pets and their families while promoting responsible pet ownership and care.

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