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TailWaggers of the week: Cash & Scout

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

Cash

Johnny Cash is a handsome and lovable two-year-old male "pocket pittie" who ended up at risk for euthanasia at the Pinal County shelter because of overcrowding. An energetic guy, Cash is the life of the party and is looking for an active best friend or family who will take him on their adventures. Cash is a real character, and will bring lots of smiles and laughter into your life.

Cash needs a no-cat home, but is very dog-friendly and would enjoy a four-legged playmate or two. He also loves to play catch and would probably relish almost any sport or game for dogs. He is very smart and needs a companion that wants to help him grow, because all he wants to do is please you. This boy is a blast to train.

Cash is house-trained and crate-trained. He is neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on his shots. Interested in meeting Cash? Please contact Hard Luck Hounds Az at info@hardluckhoundsaz.org or call 520-261-7677.

Scout

Scout is just one of the prettiest little brindled girls you could hope to meet. She is also a real sweetheart. It's hard to believe she waited alone for several months at the shelter and was nearly euthanized.

Scout is a calm girl with an average energy level who loves human interaction and will spend lots of time cuddling with you and being pet. She is great on a leash and really enjoys going for walks. She also gets along with other dogs — large and small!

Scout is very treat-motivated and has learned sit, shake, and wait/stay from her foster mom. She is a relaxed girl who would prefer a home with no children under 8 years old, but has done very well with her 10-year-old human sibling.

Scout is between three and four years old and blind in one eye. She is house-trained, crate-trained, spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on shots. She is looking for a home where she will live inside as part of the family. Interested in meeting Scout? Please contact Hard Luck Hounds Az at info@hardluckhoundsaz.org or call 520-261-7677.

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Disclosure: Maria Coxon-Smith is the director of HardLuckHoundsAz.org, a nonprofit local dog rescue group.


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Most Tucson animal rescue groups are small, volunteer-based nonprofit organizations that 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, please contact a local rescue group today.