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Pets of the week: Hazel May and Weston

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Hazel May.
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Hazel May is a 6 1/2-year-old female pit bull. She is very sweet and energetic. She loves to play. Hazel May is happiest when snuggled up next to you and getting all the attention she deserves. Hazel May is updated with vaccinations and she has been spayed, dewormed, given flea/tick preventative, microchipped and vet checked. Her adoption fee is $350 plus tax. To meet Hazel May, contact the Humane Society of Douglas County, Superior, 715-398-6784, hsdcpets.com .

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Weston.
Contributed / Animal Allies of Duluth

Weston is a 5-year-old pup who is a big friendly boy that loves to play. When playtime is done, he loves to get pets and cuddles. If you are interested in adopting Weston, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road, Duluth, or call the adoption team at 218-722-5341 .

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