The Pennsylvania Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement performs responsibilities such as (a) reimbursing people for dog-caused damages to livestock, poultry and domestic game birds, (b) seizing and detaining any dog seen running at large, (c) investigating dog bites, (d) enforcing the licensing and control of dogs, (e) enforcing kennel licensing and inspections, and (f) establishing and enforcing quarantines for dogs in certain areas.

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