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UPDATE: Reeses was adopted!

Reeses is a Chihuahua mix who was brought to the Pima Animal Care Center, as an owner surrender, over two weeks ago.

She is approximately a year and a half old.  She is a quiet and cuddly pup who has been trained on a number of commands. Reeses has already been spayed and is current on her shots, and because she has been at PACC for over two weeks her adoption fee has been waived. 

Reeses is available for adoption for only the $15 license fee. She is available PACC (4000 N. Silverbell Road). 

Last week's pet Quincy has been adopted.  Now let's find Reeses a home!

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