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In shelter Dog

Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, Un...
Pet name:
Chow Chow, Mixed
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The Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center has a large number of animals just waiting for adoption. And we receive new "adoptees" every day, so add our website to your "favorites" list and visit us often. Liberty (Libby for short) is just the cutest. Her and her sibling were brought in as strays, and too young to stay in our kennels. Together they quickly went into foster care, where they're learning ALL the things about being a big pup! Liberty's foster mom says:`Libby is a feisty, little mamma with all the spunk in the world.  A teenie, tiny with a big personality!  Loves to chew and play with her toys.  Still shy of big noises and prone to find a tiny corner to hide in when she gets scared. She loves toys and tries to make friends with every dog she meets!` Liberty will be available for adoption after her spay surgery on Friday, July 16th. If you think you'd like to learn more about Liberty, and get the process started, please email and reference the Animal ID number at the beginning of this post.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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