Pet of the Week

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Pet of the Week Adoption Fee: $25 (What a PAWSome price)
Princess Rufus

12 months
DOB: 11/27/2016
Size: Large, 55 lbs
Pit Bull Mix - Black / White
  
Coming your way is the magnificent, most fairest and finest, Princes Rufus! This fine lady came in as a stray pet back in September, but she knows her Prince Charming is coming any minute now, so whatcha waiting for? This lovable gal loves to be the life of her party - all her guests receive generous Royal kisses. She might be a big girl, but she's definitely a gentle giant who knows how to keep her cool.

Princes Rufus doesn't seem to mind other four-legged friends. Her royal status has given her an assertive personality, so she'd be best in a home with pets who would submit to her authority.

Princess Rufus is also very well-mannered. She walks just like a princess when out for walks, never jumping or pulling on her leash.

Princess Rufus isn't picky, she'll be happy to find a home where she'll be treated like princesses deserve, so don't make her wait any longer!



Pet adoptions are normally $75, but when you adopt the Pet of the Week, you save $50 and still get all the benefits of a normal adoption including vaccinations (including rabies), de-worming, heartworm test (for dogs), microchip with registration, a collar with tag, cardboard cat carrier (for cats), and an offer for a 30-day gift of free pet health insurance. If you are interested any of our furry friends that may be up for adoption, please call Tri-City Animal Shelter & Adoption Center at 972-291-5335, or visit us at 1150 E. Pleasant Run Rd. in Cedar Hill, TX


Please come see me and all my animal friends at the Tri-City Animal Shelter located at 1150 E. Pleasant Run in Cedar Hill, or call 972.291.5335 for more information.

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*Please note that adoptions are on a first come basis and advertised pets may not be available when you arrive, but there are many, many more pets searching for a good home who would like to meet you!


All animals that are adopted or redeemed from the Tri-City Animal Shelter are required by city ordinance to be microchipped.