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Animal Allies: Lucky and Tea

Updated: 08/21/2014 9:27 AM
Created: 08/21/2014 9:21 AM WDIO.com

It was double the pups on Good Morning Northland on Thursday as Stephanie from Animal Allies stopped by with two cute puppies.

Lucky and Tea are two of three dachshund mix puppies available for adoption in just a few weeks. They came from a previous shelter, and are now looking for a forever home.

The pups can be separated, or adopted together.

If you would like to meet Lucky and Tea, head to Animal Allies in Duluth.

For more information on all of the animals available for adoption, visit animalallies.net or call 218-722-5341.

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