Tuesday's Tail: Meet Sulley and Honey - Tucson News Now

Tuesday's Tail: Meet Sulley and Honey

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Today's Tuesday Tail features Sulley and Honey. They are a bonded pair who were brought to Pima Animal Care Center when their owner was moving.

Sulley is 7 years old and Honey is 5 years old. These two pups are sweet and friendly with people.

Throughout the month of November, No Kill Pima County is giving $100 of vet care for all dogs over the age of 7 adopted from PACC for Adopt a Senior Month. This means Sulley’s new owner will receive this special offer. Bonded pairs also come with an adoption gift basket.

Pima Animal Care Center is located at 4000 N. Silverbell Road. For more information on PACC, click here.  

Whoever adopts our animals in Tuesday's Tail will get a free bath and brush from Wags My Tail at Ina and Shannon.

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