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Dog training center buys Newtown property for $502K

Empire State K9 Services, a Brookfield-based kennel and dog training center, is expanding its operations through the $502,000 purchase of the property at 227 Hattertown Road in Newtown. The property, which is permitted and licensed as a kennel, is a 1.6-acre parcel with a 1,628-square-foot barn to house and exercise dogs. Empire State K9 Services…

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