TUESDAY'S TAIL: Bailey and Fox - Tucson News Now

TUESDAY'S TAIL: Bailey and Fox

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Today we have two Tuesday's Tails: Bailey and Fox.

Bailey is a shy 3-year-old terrier mix at Pima Animal Care Center. He needs patience at a home to settle in. Bailey’s adoption fee is only $30 and he will come microchipped, vaccinated, and with a free vet visit voucher. A $17 license fee applies to all adult dogs.

Fox is a 7-year-old chow mix who was brought in as a stray. Fox is a sweet and gentle boy who would love a warm bed to curl up on. Fox is a member of PACC's senior whiskers club, which means his adoption fee is waived.  He also comes microchipped, vaccinated, and with a free vet visit voucher. 

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