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Animal Allies: Seuss

Created: 11/07/2013 8:21 AM WDIO.com

Our friend Jennie from Animal Allies stopped by on Thursday with a new friend for us...Seuss!

Seuss is an Australian Cattle Dog mix, and he is a beautiful boy! He is the red version of the Cattle Dog, and is just under three years old. Seuss has been neutered.

"He's very friendly...loves everybody," Jennie tells us. She says that while he has energy, he could also be an indoor dog too.  "He's been warming up to our entire staff this morning," Brittany added.

Seuss is looking for a loving home, and he is available at the Duluth shelter. And remember there are many animals looking for homes at both the Duluth and Superior shelters.  You can learn more at Animal Allies website, Facebook page, or you can call them at (218) 722-2110.

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