HEY JUDE: WOOF WOOF… Penny is a sweet and beautiful, 30-poundtwo-year-old Lab mix. She is up-to-date on her shots, spayed, leash-trained, housebroken and heartworm-negative.
She does not get along with kitties, which is why she is needs a new home. Other than the issues with the cats, she is a super dog and would make a great family pet; she is great with kids.
Penny loves to cuddle on your lap and sit on the couch next to you. She is always up for a walk and some possible squirrel sightings. She gets excited watching them play in the trees. Penny likes playing fetch inside with her squeaky toy; she is very smart, playful. She also rides well in the car.
Penny knows most of the basic commands: sit, leave it, down, high five, etc. Penny is able to be left alone but she does have a little separation anxiety caused by her previous owners and needs to have a potty break as soon as you return home. Please consider adding her to your family. Call 850-866-2827.
LOVE WANTED ADOPTION EVENT: OCT. 27 sponsored by Mary Jo Tobin — Saturday, October 27th at Trinity Church, 91st Street and 3rd Avenue from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. — rain or shine. Please share with your friends and family. Adoptions are becoming increasingly more difficult because of the economy. Please help getting the word out. Fliers are on the porch at 265 90th Street. DO NOT POST ON POLES. It’s against the law!
FYI: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of Salmonella cases linked to tiny breeds of reptiles is on the rise. As of last week, there are six current outbreaks of the bacteria-borne illness directly linked to exposure to the illegal contraband. Yes, pet turtles are illegal and can carry bacteria called Salmonella on their outer skin and shell surfaces. Wash hands thoroughly after touching turtle.
IN LOVING MEMORY: Purr softly in Heaven, my bed buddy. I miss you all the time but especially at nightwhen we would sleep together head to head and you purred me to sleep. You are greatly missed. — Rita