Tuesday's Tail: Meet Finn - Tucson News Now

Tuesday's Tail: Meet Finn

Finn (Source: Tucson News Now) Finn (Source: Tucson News Now)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tuesday's Tail is Finn (A590836).

This great pup, is a 6-year-old boxer mix, who was brought into Pima Animal Care Center as a stray. 

Finn is a lovable goofball and full of life. He would do best in an active home with older children. 

Because Finn is a member of the Silver Whiskers Club, his adoption fee has been waived. And like all PACC pets, he will go home with current vaccinations, a microchip, and a free vet visit voucher. A standard $17 license fee will apply.

Stop by PACC at 4000 North Silverbell Road to see if Finn is a fit for your family.  

Lady, who was featured on last week's show, was adopted shortly after being a 'Tail'. 

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