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TailWaggers of the week: Denny & LuLu

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


Denny

Denny is a sweet young bully breed mix — around one-year-old — and as lovable as they come.He can be a naughty and headstrong, but in the most adorable ways as his booty never stops wiggling. 

Denny needs a family who will be consistent with his boundaries and will continue to mold him into the amazing dog he has the potential to be.  Denny is house trained and keeps his kennel clean.  He enjoys going on walks and would love to be someone's adventure partner. Denny is fabulous with other dogs and would do best with an active family with older children.

Denny is available for an adoption fee of $150.00, which includes his microchip implant. He is neutered and fully up to date on distemper/parvo and rabies vaccines. Interesting in Denny?  Please fill out an application with In the Arms of Angels and we will schedule a meet and greet.



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LuLu

Say hello to Lulu — a fantastic girl!  Lulu enjoys sunny days, walks, rolling in the grass, and playing fetch. She also likes eating cheese. Lulu does not enjoy imitation crab meat, mean people, or allergy season.

Lulu walks nicely on a leash, and she is house trained and kennel trained. She loves sleeping in bed with her humans and carries her blanket around in her mouth — which is absolutely adorable.

Lulu is on daily medication for Valley fever, and is responding well to treatment. While Lulu does get along with most smaller dogs, she would prefer to be the only furry pet in her palace. She would do really well with a moderately active family with older kids. Lulu is available from In the Arms of Angels for an adoption fee of $125.00, which includes her microchip implant. She is spayed and is current on distemper/parvo and rabies vaccinations.

Interested in our fabulous Lulu? Please fill out an adoption application and we will schedule a meet and greet.

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


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