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Meet Tennessee, a happy hound

This week's Feature Creature is a happy looking hound called Tennessee. Staff at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service estimate he is between one and two years old. He likes to play, walks well on the leash and appears to be house trained. He is overly enthusiastic when meeting other animals, however, so introductions should take place when he's leashed.

If you would like to adopt Tennessee, ask for him by identification number 0698. The adoption fee for dogs is $82.04, which includes a vet check, license, microchip, vaccinations and either spaying or neutering. You can stop by to visit the friendly hound at 2421 N. Flora Road or call (509) 477-2532 for more information. Photo courtesy of SCRAPS.


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