Pa. Kennel Offers Service Members Peace Of Mind When members of the 56th Stryker Brigade leave their Pennsylvania homes for the Middle East later this year, they won't have to worry about finding homes for their pets. A former Marine has created Canine Corps, a free kennel for Pennsylvania service personnel.
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Pa. Kennel Offers Service Members Peace Of Mind

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Pa. Kennel Offers Service Members Peace Of Mind

Pa. Kennel Offers Service Members Peace Of Mind

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When members of the 56th Stryker Brigade leave their Pennsylvania homes for the Middle East later this year, they won't have to worry about finding homes for their pets.

A former Marine has created Canine Corps, a free kennel for Pennsylvania service personnel.

Susan Phillips reports for member station WHYY in Philadelphia.