By Tyler Sutherland
The City of Winnipeg is once again trying to reduce the number of dogs in its care by holding an adopt-a-dog sale.
Today until Thursday, perspective owners can visit the Animal Services Agency at 1057 Logan Avenue between noon and 5:30 p.m. to see the available pooches.
The city has 26 of its 42 dogs up for adoption at a fee of $99. Adoption includes a license, micro-chip, spay/neuter, basic shots, food and pet health insurance.
Last year, 601 dogs were returned to their owners by wearing a license. Animals over six months of age must have and wear a dog license.
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