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April 11, 2008

All Kinds of Critters Need Homes-- here are two

"I am trying to find a home for two lost dogs that I found and took to the Knowles Animal Clinic in Miami on Sunday.  They were found wandering in the Coral Gables area, they each had collars but no tags.  I took them to the clinic to see if they had chips inserted and they did, but they were not registered to anybody.  The chips were traced back to animal control/humane society in Miami.  They are supposed to be picked up at the clinic and taken to the Humane Society on 74th street to try to trace the owner who purchased the chips for the adopted dogs. If nobody claims these dogs, they will be put down in a few days.  Unfortunately, I cannot bring them home with me because I live in an apartment and cannot have dogs at the present time.  Do you or anyone you know would like a lovable, healthy, well mannered, clean and playful pet. One of the dogs is a young female Basset-Hound (snoopy dog), the other dog is a male puppy English Sheppard (Shaggy DA).  Please help these dogs find a safe home.  If you are interested or know anybody that may be interested, please let me know.  I am in contact with the workers at the clinic and animal control.'

Denise: 305-599-2600, ext. 81007 or
1-800-438-6744, ext. 81007


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