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Carly is ready for a new home

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

UPDATE - Carly was reunited with her owner!

Carly is a fantastic 8-year-old mixed breed.  She has been a resident at the Pima Animal Care Center  for the past five weeks.  She was dropped off by someone who found her running loose on the streets. 

She is a sweet, quiet dog while in her kennel, but get a leash out and Carly is ready and willing to go for a walk.   

Since Carly has been at PACC for five weeks, her adoption fee is waived and her future owners only have to pay for the $15 licensing fee.  This includes her vaccinations and micro-chipping. She has already been spayed.

Carly is available for adoption now at PACC at 4000 N. Silverbell Road.

For more great photos of Carly go to  www.facebook.com/TedHewittPhotography

Last week's pet, Gerrard has been adopted!

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