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Pet chipping clinic is set for April 13

Carlton County Animal Rescue volunteers, the city of Cloquet and its police department and a handful of pet-loving local organizations are partnering to host a microchip clinic.

The clinic will be held 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 13 at Veterans Park in Cloquet.

Carlton County residents must provide proof of residency at the event to receive free microchips for pets. Non-residents can still bring their cats and dogs for microchipping for a $20 fee.

Leslie Pedro, the animal rescue group’s interim president, said it is “heartwarming and unifying to know we have community partners who’ve supported this...