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For a limited time, some low-income pet owners in the area will be able to get free veterinary care for their beloved pets.

The Yankton center recently won a grant through its Meals on Wheels program to partner with a local veterinarian to connect low-income residents over the age of 60 with free pet-related veterinary care.

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