Prancer fits his name - Tucson News Now

Prancer fits his name

Prancer is a three year old male Lhasa Apso mix.

Animal Control officers found him running loose on the Westside.

He gets along well with his kennel mate at the shelter, but a shelter is no place for a pet.

Prancer needs a forever home.

He loves attention and would spend hours sitting on your lap, or playing outside.

He walks well on a leash.  In fact, he appears to prance when he walks!

He is available for adoption at Pima Animal Care, 4000 North Silverbell Rd.

You must go to the shelter to inquire about adopting Prancer.

He will cost $50, and that includes shots, license,  and microchip. 

Please check out more photos of Prancer on Ted Hewitt Photography's Facebook page.

 

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