Tuesday's Tail: Chase - Tucson News Now

Tuesday's Tail: Chase

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

Tuesday's Tail today is Chase. He's male, about one year old, and possibly a Dachshund mix.

Chase was brought to the Pima Animal Care Center very recently, so the staff at PACC are still getting to know him better.

So far, they've learned Chase is a very calm and relaxed dog.

He is also good on a leash.

To meet Chase in person, head to PACC at 4000 N. Silverbell Road.

Chase is looking good today thanks to Wags My Tail.

Last week’s Tail, Lily, has been adopted. 

To see other successful adoptions from Tuesday's Tail click here

For more photos of today's Tail check out the Ted Hewitt Photography Facebook page.

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