Pet Pals: Meet Penn! - Tucson News Now

Pet Pals: Meet Penn!

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

This week's Pet Pal is "Penn."

This three-year-old pit bull mix has so much love to give.

This sweet boy would thrive with an active family. He loves everyone and enjoys going on walks and running.

Penn is also fully house trained. For more information, call The Humane Society of Southern Arizona at 520-327-6088.

You can also help HSSAZ make doggy history April 1 and participate in their "Most Dogs in a Photograph" challenge.

For more information, visit https://hssaz.org/nofoolin/.

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