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Pet of the week 8-12-10

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By Jeff Daley – email

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - The Southern Pines animal Shelter Pet of the Week is two year old Lola, a fluffy 40 pound female mix breed dog.

Lola was brought to the shelter about three weeks ago after being found lost on the streets. Her owners have yet to go to the shelter to claim her.

She has a great temperament, is playful, and should make a great family pet.

Cost for Lola's adoption is $70.  She has already been spayed. All her shots are up to date. She has been worm tested and micro chipped for permanent identification.

The good news from the shelter is last weeks pet of the week Homer, the nine month old terrier mix now has a new home. Doug, the one year old terrier mix from two weeks ago is still waiting for a new family to love him.

Southern Pines Animal Shelter is open from 10 to 5 Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays; 10-3 on Tuesdays, and 10-12 on Saturdays. The Shelter is located at 1901 N. 31 Ave. behind Antonelli College on Hwy 49 N. You can reach the Shelter at 601-544-6632 or visit us on the Web at SouthernPinesAnimalShelter.org.

 

 

 

 

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