Too many lost furry friends

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By Chloe Coleman
Updated May 24 2022 - 1:05am, first published 1:03am
RESPONSIBLE OWNERSHIP: Cessnock City Council ranger Carissa Drew with her dog Nikolaj. Rangers are calling for responsible pet ownership as too many pets have out of date details. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

Missing companion animals have a much better chance of getting back home when the details on their microchips are up to date.

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Chloe Coleman

Journalist

Chloe Coleman is a journalist at the Maitland Mercury. She has been with The Mercury since 2021. Contact her on chloe.coleman@maitlandmercury.com.au.

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