Tuesday's Tail: T-Bird hopes second stay at PACC is a short one - Tucson News Now

T-Bird hopes second stay at PACC is a short one

T-Bird (Source: Ted Hewitt Photography) T-Bird (Source: Ted Hewitt Photography)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

You may remember T-Bird from his appearance on Tuesday's Tail in December.

He was adopted after that appearance by an older person, but was returned to Pima Animal Care Center because he was too much for them to handle.

He is an all-around great dog who has been working with the PACC volunteers and does very well on a leash. He knows how to sit on command and loves to go for walks.

T-Bird is 2 years old and has already been neutered. He is available to adopt for $15 at PACC, 4000 N. Silverbell Road.

For more great pictures of T-Bird, visit the Ted Hewitt Photography Facebook page.

Last week's pet, Red, was adopted. Now let's find T-Bird a forever home!

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