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A tent city, built with taxpayer money, will go to the dogs next year.
Butters, a 5-year-old Sharpei mix described as a "mellow and affectionate guy" is one of 72 animals who are free to a good home this weekend at the PACC.
Headshots of various "free" large dogs being offered by the Pima Animal Care Center this weekend.
His name is Butters, a 5-year-old Sharpei mix described as a "mellow and affectionate guy" who was picked up while on a stroll around Reid Park golf course.
"The beds have really had a calming effect," says Pima Animal Care Center Manager Justin Gallick, who reports that dogs at the shelter are barking less. Above, a female dog rests on one of the raised beds.
It may be a dog's life, but at the Pima Animal Care Center it just got a tad more comfortable, thanks to a team of local animal lovers.
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