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Rita the terrier/shepherd mix is looking for a family to love

Vaughn the singing pit mix is looking for a family to love

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Today's Tuesday's Tail is Vaughn, a three-year-old female, white and black pit bull mix.   

Vaughn was found on July 19 and turned in by a concerned citizen. She is very sweet and enjoys attention, especially when she sings. Vaughn is leash trained and gentle.  She gets along well with other animals and is very friendly.   

This great dog has already has been spayed and her adoption fee has been waived, due to her length of stay at Pima Animal Care Center, her new family only has to pay a $15 licensing fee.  She is microchipped and all her vaccinations are up-to-date so she can go home with her new family today! 

Check out Ted Hewitt Photography for some great shots of last week's Tuesday's Tail - Rita, who is still available for adoption.  

Stop by and visit Vaughn and Rita at the Pima Animal Care Center (4400 N. Silverbell Road).  

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