Tail-waggers of the week: Abbot & Costello
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Tail-waggers of the week: Abbot & Costello

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

Abbot and Costello

Say hello to a couple of great guys, Abbott and Costello. Watching them is like watching slap stick — they're quite the comical duo — hence their names. These 2 or 3-years-old schnauzer-poodle mixes were taken in by Heartz4Pawz Rescue during an extreme heatwave after they were abandoned in Kennedy Park along with a 3-month-old puppy and a female was believed to be the mother. We are not sure if the relationship between Abbott and Costello, they could be brothers or father and son, but they tussle like brothers and are extremely devoted to one another. They are both very sweet dogs that have lived most of their lives in a backyard used solely for breeding purposes. They deserve to be loved and spoiled. They can be adopted together or separately. We think that they would love to be the center of attention. To meet these two please send Heartz4Pawz on FB a message.

Abbot and Costello come neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccines. They weigh about 18 pounds each, so they won't take up a bunch of space in your home —just your heart.

If you or someone you know is interested in Abbot and/or Costello, please send a message to Heartz4Pawz and schedule a meet and greet. Adoption fee is $100 each.

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Abbot and Costello

Save a life

Most Tucson rescues are small, volunteer-based non-profit groups who rely on the community to fulfill their mission to save animals lives. 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, you can let local rescues know by registering at Saferlifeline.org.