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TailWaggers of the week: Milo & Aslan

Meet a couple of the many great companions available at our local animal rescue groups: Milo and Aslan.


Milo has the body of an 8-year-old dog but the heart of a puppy! He gets very excited when he sees other dogs because he just loves them so much. He also loves toys and to play. His favorite game is fetch. When he plays he gets large spurts of energy and will zoom all over the yard, but he often tires and will retreat to the couch where he spends the rest of the day napping. His energy and strength will surprise you but his favorite thing in the whole world is cuddling. He often tries to get as close to his human as possible, laying his head in your lap or on your chest. He craves nothing but connection and love. Milo is a sweet boy who is potty trained, and knows basic commands like sit and lie down.

Milo is available from In the Arms of Angels for an adoption fee of $125.00, which includes his microchip implant. He is neutered and is fully up to date on distemper/parvo and rabies vaccines. Interested in meeting Milo? Please fill out an application with In the Arms of Angels.


Aslan is another senior looking for a home to call his own after his owner passed away last year. In his foster home he has acclimated well to life as an indoor dog, and he doesn't mind the company of other dogs. Although he lost his eyesight to glaucoma years ago, it isn't a disability for him - he'll still greet you at the front door and follow you around the house. He'll ask nothing more than to be by your side.

Aslan is available from In the Arms of Angels for an adoption fee of $125.00, which includes his microchip implant. He is neutered and current on his distemper/parvo and rabies vaccinations.

Interested in our special boy, Aslan? Please fill out an adoption application and we will schedule a meet and greet.

Disclosure: Maria Coxon-Smith is the director of HardLuckHoundsAz.org

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Most Tucson rescues are small, volunteer-based non-profit groups who rely on the community to fulfill their mission to save animals. Not only do they count on donations from the public to cover costs, they depend on people who are willing to open their hearts and homes to needy animals until they are ready for adoption. If you are interested in saving a life by becoming a foster please contact one of your local rescues.