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Sweetie will spice up your home

They don't call me Sweetie for nothin'!

I am a two year old pit bull mix who needs a loving home.

I am at Pima Animal Care Center, just waiting for my person to come along.

I ended up in the shelter because nobody took care of me, and I ended up running around on the streets.

I am very friendly and I  walk well on a leash.

Oh, and I can sit and shake on command!

The people at the shelter say the person who adopts me can name a price.

My friends Ginger and Pinto have new homes!

I am really happy for them.

I hope someone comes for me soon.

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