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Need a new best friend?

By From page A3 | August 01, 2014

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Duckie is a sweet and gentle 4- to 5-year-old spayed female Rottweiler whose family had to give her up when they moved into a small apartment. She gets along with other dogs, is housebroken and knows some obedience commands. Courtesy photo

Duckie is a sweet and gentle 4- to 5-year-old spayed female Rottweiler whose family had to give her up when they moved into a small apartment. She gets along with other dogs, is housebroken and knows some obedience commands. Socks is an adorable 10-week-old male Lab/Staffordshire terrier mix. He’s a handsome boy with a golden and white coat, four white socks and green eyes. His foster family has done a great job socializing him; he’s grown up with other dogs and children, loves to play in water and chases balls. Socks also has a brother and sister; they’ve all had their first two puppy shots and are ready to find new homes. Come meet the pups, Duckie and some of the other 55 dogs looking for homes during Rotts of Friends Animal Rescue’s adoption event from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday at 29 Palms Pet Resort, 34505 County Road 29 in Woodland. The resort is between Roads 94 and 95, a half-mile west of the Yolo County Airport. All dogs are spayed or neutered, healthy, microchipped, current on shots and come with free lifetime obedience training classes. For more information, call Renee Lancaster at 530-681-1326 or visit RottsOfFriends.com. If Saturday doesn’t work for you, appointments are available for other days and times.

Enterprise staff

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