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Funds to help shelter pets in disasters, among recent county grants

The Greater Monadnock Medical Reserve Corps of the Greater Monadnock Public Health Network, a team of volunteers who partner with public health agencies to respond to public health initiatives and emergencies, has teamed up with a statewide animal-disaster organization to localize and coordinate shelter for pets during a disaster.

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