PET PALS: Meet Libby! - Tucson News Now

PET PALS: Meet Libby!

Libby is just a little camera shy, but she sure is sweet! Libby is just a little camera shy, but she sure is sweet!
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

This week's "Pet Pal" is Libby. 

She's a one-year-old Labrador mix who is looking for lots of love.

While this sweet girl has a shy, quiet demeanor, she'd thrive in a fun, active home.

If you're interested in Libby, you can visit her at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, or call them at 520-327-6088. 

The Humane Society is also holding their last "Rattlesnake Avoidance Class" of the year on Tuesday, October 4.

For more information on class times and pricing, call HSSAZ or visit their website at www.hssaz.org.

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