Tuesday's Tail: Meet Luscious - Tucson News Now

Tuesday's Tail: Meet Luscious

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

This week's Tuesday's Tail is "Luscious!"
 
This sweet girl is a 3-year-old German Shepherd mix who needs her forever home!
 
She's a great on a leash and likes to be around people.
 
Luscious is a member of the "Long Timers Club," so her adoption fee has been waived! Plus, she will also go home with all of her shots, a microchip and a free vet visit voucher! A $17 licensing fee applies to adult dogs.
 
If you'd like to take Luscious home, call Pima Animal Care Center at 520-742-5900 or head to 4000 N Silverbell Road.
 
PACC is also holding their "Give Love Promotion" from February 1 through the 14, with all adoptions $14 or less.

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