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Animal Allies: Ingrid

Updated: 08/07/2014 9:14 AM
Created: 08/07/2014 9:07 AM WDIO.com

Ingrid is an 8-year-old black Labrador mix. She came to Animal Allies from a different shelter, and is now looking for a new permanent home.

Ingrid is a very sweet and energetic dog, but she would prefer to retire in a quiet home.

Ingrid is spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated.

If you would like to adopt Ingrid, visit her at Animal Allies in Duluth. You can also call the shelter at 218-722-2110.

For more information, or to see the other pets available for adoption, head to animalallies.net

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