Tuesday's Tail is Bella - Tucson News Now

Tuesday's Tail is Bella

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tuesday's Tail is Bella.

She is a 5-year-old shepherd mix who was surrendered to Pima Animal Care Center, when her owner was no longer able to care for her. 

According to PACC staff Bella has a history of seizures, but is reported to only have them when not given her medication in a timely manner. She is a very sweet and gentle girl who would do well with any family committed to caring for her. 

Bella gets along well with all people and enjoys going on leisurely walks. 

Due to the length of her stay at PACC, her adoption fee has been waived. She will go home with all vaccinations, microchip, and a free vet visit.

Stop by and check Bella and all the other animals up for adoption at PACC at 4000 North Silverbell Road. 

Whoever adopts our Tuesday's Tail can get a free bath and brush from Wags my tail at Ina and Shannon. 

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