Meet Beatrice, today's Tuesday's Tail - Tucson News Now

Meet Beatrice, today's Tuesday's Tail

Beatrice (Source: Pima Animal Care Center) Beatrice (Source: Pima Animal Care Center)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Today's Tuesday's Tail is Beatrice. an 8-year-old Rottweiler mix.   

This sweet gal was brought to Pima Animal Care Center as a stray with a severe eye injury, several masses, and a hernia.

PACC's Medical Staff worked hard to fix Beatrice up, remove her eye and masses, and get her all ready for adoption. 

She is a delightful girl who loves cuddled up in a nice warm bed. Beatrice is a member of the Silver Whiskers Club, which means her adoption fee is free, and she goes home with all vaccinations, microchip, and a free vet visit. 

PACC is also having a Santa Adoption Party at PACC this weekend, Dec. 17 and 18 from 10 a.m.. to 5 p.m. You can get your free family photos with Santa, yummy cookies and cocoa, fun kids’ crafts, and adopter gifts.

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