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Animal Allies: Lucy and Peanuts

Updated: 07/17/2014 8:54 AM
Created: 07/17/2014 8:42 AM WDIO.com

It was double-the-fun on our show as Lucy and Peanuts stopped by from Animal Allies with Stephanie. These two miniature poodles are almost 11 years old, and love each other as much as they'll love you!

Animal Allies is offering s special deal on these two pooches. When you adopt both Lucy and Peanuts, you'll save $50 with the buddy program.

Both pups are spayed, neutered, microchipped, and reported to be house trained. These two get along great with other dogs and enjoy car rides!

If you would like to adopt Lucy and Peanuts, visit Animal Allies or give them a call at 218-722-2110.

Visit their website here: animalallies.net

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