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TailWaggers of the week: Audrey & Poncho

Meet a couple of the many great "vintage" companions available at our local animal rescue groups: Audrey and Poncho. This week's TucsonSentinel.com TailWaggers are from Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary.


Audrey


This lovely lady is Audrey. She came from the shelter (PACC) where she was very shy and reserved, but since coming to her foster home she has really broken out of her shell. Audrey is still learning that men can be nice too. She loves going on walks and playing fetch!! Audrey gets along well with other dogs, is crate trained, and does great on a leash. She is 8-years-old, is spayed, microchipped and current on her shots. She also had a mole removed that was bothering her eye and got her teeth cleaned. Audrey is now ready for her forever home! Her adoption fee is $125.

If you or someone you know is interested in meeting Audrey, please contact Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary at cherishedtails@yahoo.com

Poncho


Please say howdy to Poncho. Poncho is a very healthy and spunky 10-year-old gentleman.  He is very quiet and does great with kids and other dogs.  Poncho is housebroken, crate trained and walks well on a leash. If you want to make Poncho a part of your family & keep him inside with you…he is a very loving, and a great companion! He has been neutered and had a dental cleaning and is current on shots. Please come meet this sweet guy looking for a place to retire! His adoption fee is $125.

If you or someone you know is interested in meeting Poncho, please contact Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary at  cherishedtails@yahoo.com

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


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