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Liberty needs someone to love

UPDATE:  My owner saw me on T.V. and came to get me!  

I'm Liberty.

I am waiting for a home at Pima Animal Care.  I have been at the shelter for more than a week.

An officer picked me up on the south side of Tucson.

I think I am about three years old and my friends at the shelter think I look like a Mastiff. Pretty impressive!

I am really strong.

I like to go for walks on a leash.

I'm learning some stuff here, like if I sit, the volunteers give me treats.

I'd like to learn some other tricks.

My pals at Teddy's Dog House Grooming gave me a nice bath and cut today and my photographer friend, Ted Hewitt, took my picture.   I think I could be on a magazine cover, don't you?

Please come to Pima Animal Care, 4000 North Silverbell to meet me.  I have other friends who need homes, too.

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