Pet chipping continues to draw a crowd


July 1, 2022

Jana Peterson

Sheriff Kelly Lake prepares to take Axel while her daughter, Taylor, holds onto Ruger , so pet owner Paul Shykes can fill out paperwork to get the dogs microchipped.

In its fourth year, the annual Cloquet microchip clinic Saturday saw no decrease in the number of dogs and cats (and their owners) lining up for pet services, including free microchips for up to three pets, $10 nail trims and low-cost vaccinations.

Sheriff Kelly Lake and her daughter, Taylor, helped wrangle a couple of excitable dogs to give their owner a moment to fill out paperwork Saturday afternoon at Veterans Park. Sponsored by the city of Cloquet and Carlton County and held in conjunction with Northern Lakes Rescue, the clinic was born out of necessity after the local humane society c...

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