Balboa needs a home - Tucson News Now

Balboa needs a home

Balboa is a one and a half year old pit bull mix.

He is available for adoption from Pima Animal Care Center.

Someone found Balboa on the far west side and called PACC.

The Good Samaritan kept the dog until officers arrived.

Balboa gets along well with other dogs, and he loves people.

His tail is constantly on the move!

He learned how to walk on a leash and sit, all in the same day!

Thank you to Teddy's Dog House Grooming for giving him a bath and cut, and getting him ready to go to a new home.

Fore more pictures of Balboa, check out Ted Hewitt Photography's Facebook page.

To adopt Balboa, visit PACC at 4000 North Silverbell Road. 

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