Stray dogs that find their way to the holding pen at the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department will have a better chance of being reunited with their owners beginning in early September. That’s when the department plans to buy a microchip scanner that will be used to glean ownership information from the tiny chips embedded in pets.
The Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports the police department by providing needed equipment, donated money for the pet scanner, expected to cost about $300.
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