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Tail-waggers of the week: Harmony & Rocky

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

Harmony

Who wouldn't love waking up to this happy, smiling girl? Harmony is a nearly one-year-old Lab mix. Harmony loves to snuggle and she adores her furry foster siblings. She has been successfully living with kids and dogs in her foster home.

As you can tell from her collage, Harmony loves chewing on her Benebones and is an absolute fan of water!

Harmony is looking for an entertaining, active home that will have tons of fun having her as part of the family — and end each day with cuddles. She is spayed, microchipped and current on her vaccines.

If you are looking for a permanent addition to your family, Harmony's adoption fee is $125.

If you or someone you know is interested in meeting her, please contact RAD Rescue, Inc. at 661-400-5151 or visit www.radrescueinc.org and we'll schedule a meet and greet with her.

Rocky

Rocky is a wonderful 10-year-old diabetic and blind Pomeranian. He is surprisingly confident for being blind and uses his other senses so well you might not immediately know he's blind (other than his cloudy eyes).

Rocky is UBER friendly and just loves everyone he meets - has done well with big dogs, little dogs and even kids. Cats are an unknown.

Rocky is crate trained, house trained and knows how to use the doggy door. He just loves car rides and he's very spry and a good walker. This tiny guy is so well behaved and does great with everyone he meets.

Rocky also easily takes his insulin injections twice daily. We'll be happy to train you how to give them.

He is neutered, microchipped and current on his vaccines. If you are looking for a permanent addition to your family, Rocky's adoption fee is $95.

If you or someone you know is interested in Rocky, please contact RAD Rescue, Inc. at 661-400-5151 or visit www.radrescueinc.org and we'll schedule a meet and greet with him.

Disclosure: Maria Coxon-Smith serves on the Executive Board of Bridge Rescue for Dogs, Inc.


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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.