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Aiden the terrier mix is ready for his new home

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Aiden is a year and a half old terrier mix who has been at PACC for the last ten days, he was picked up on the street as a stray. 

He is calm and yet energetic dog with a sweet personality. He is friendly with his kennel mate, and gets along well with both small and large dogs.

Aiden is available for adoption for $30, but PACC has a July special, the first 50 pets adopted are free! ($15 license fee, still applies). This includes a free vet visit, up-to-date vaccinations, neutering and a microchip. 

Stop by the Pima Animal Care Center and check out this amazing pup.  PACC is located at 4000 N. Silverbell Road. 

Last week's pet Montana is still available for adoption.  Lets find both these guys forever homes!

For more great pictures of both Aiden and Montana, visit the Ted Hewitt Photography Facebook page.

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