Tuesday's Tails today are Lacie and Banjo - Tucson News Now

Tuesday's Tails today are Lacie and Banjo

Lacie and Banjo (Source: Tucson News Now) Lacie and Banjo (Source: Tucson News Now)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tuesday's Tail for today is not one dog, but two - Lacie and Banjo. They are not a bonded pair and can be adopted separately.  

Lacie is an American bulldog, who is basically a 60+ pound lap dog, according to Pima Animal Care Center volunteers.  Banjo is a six-year-old Chihuahua who would work well for a family looking for a lot of love in a little package.  

These guys are looking for their forever homes and can be adopted today for a $30 adoption fee, plus the $16 licensing fee.  

Stop by PACC at 4000 N. Silverbell Road and check out this great duo.  

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 pageWags My Tail is offering a free bath and brush to the lucky family that adopts this great duo. 

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