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Pet of the Week: 7/8/10

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PET OF THE WEEK - Help two Texoma dogs find a good home.

Morton Street Animal Hospital

A little boxer mix is now up for adoption at the Morton Street Animal Shelter. Workers at the shelter believe he is about seven weeks old, and will not be a large-sized dog. He has no brothers or sisters. Stop by the Morton Street Animal Shelter or call 903-465-4717. http://www.animalhospitalofdenison.com/

Ardmore Animal Shelter

The Great Pyrenees breed is known for being docile and easygoing as a pet and especially patient with children as well as a deterring guard dog. These characteristics have definitely been instilled in Judge. Judge is a 2 year old, neutered male, Great Pyrenees. Judge is current on vaccinations, and heartworm negative. He is even a blood donor! Judge gets along great with all of the other dogs at the shelter and he even likes the cats. He is very gentle with all of the children volunteers and loves to lounge in the office or play in the yard. If you are interested in adopting Judge or any of his friends just come by Ardmore Animal Care Animal Shelter at 321 Carol Brown Blvd, call us at 580-223-7070, or visit us online at www.ardmoreanimalshelter.org

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