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TailWaggers of the week: Willow & Hercules

Meet Willow and Hercules, a couple of the many great companions available at our local animal rescue groups.

Willow

Wonderful Willow is a lovely 3-year-old girl who finally has a chance at a wonderful life. When she was rescued, Willow had multiple mammary masses and had to undergo cancer treatment. Now Willow is fully recovered and ready for her forever family.

Willow loves people and doesn't mind being around young children. She is also housebroken and crate trained. Willow would like to be your one-and-only pet and learn what it's like to be spoiled.

Willow is up-to-date on vaccines, spayed, microchipped, and weighs about 60lbs. If you're interested in adopting Willow, please submit an application with Lucy's Hope Sanctuary & Rescue at www.lucyshoperescue.com. You can also message them on the Lucy's Hope Sanctuary & Rescue FaceBook page or send them an email at lucyshope@yahoo.com to learn more about this sweet girl.

Adoption includes a 30 to 60-day foster-to-adopt period to make sure that she's a good fit and the rescue covers all of Willow's training and medical during this time.

Hercules

This adorable smoosh face is a muscular low rider who goes by the name Hercules! Hercules is a happy 4-year-old boy who knows how to do that cool trick with his tongue where he wrinkles it up sort of. With a goofy boy like this in your life, how could you not be happy? Making you happy is Hercules' top priority with his absolute least favorite thing being people arguing.

Hercules is up to date on vaccines, neutered, microchipped, and weighs about 67lbs. Want to adopt Hercules and think you can do him a solid by not arguing in his presence? Please submit an application with Lucy's Hope Sanctuary & Rescue at www.lucyshoperescue.com. You can also message them on the Lucy's Hope Sanctuary & Rescue FaceBook page or send them an email at lucyshope@yahoo.com to learn more about this handsome guy.

Adoption includes a 30 to 60-day foster-to-adopt period to make sure that he's a good fit and the rescue covers all of  Hercules' training and medical during this time.

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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.