Pinto is a Shepard mix who needs a home - Tucson News Now

Pinto is a Shepard mix who needs a home

UPDATE:   Pinto has a new home.  Someone adopted him!

Hi There.. Pinto here.

I am a German Shepard/Australian Shepard mix.

I have been living at the Pima Animal Care Center for almost two months now.

An officer picked me up.

I guess I'm not supposed to be running around in the streets. 

It's not the best place for a dog, and neither is the shelter.

The best place for me and my friends at the shelter is with a person or a family, in a home.

Please consider adopting me.

You can name the price you want to pay for me.   It  will  include my microchip and shots.

I walk great on a leash and guess what?

I can shake when you ask me to!

Thank you Teddy's Dog House Grooming for giving me a bath and cut, so Ted Hewitt could take my picture!

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