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WNW with the Humane Educational Society

by Kim Carson posted May 14 2014 6:09AM
Duke 15633630 Say hello to our friend, Duke! Duke is a 4-year-old black lab/hound mix, and he has been looking for his forever family for 2 years now. There's nothing wrong with him; his perfect family just hasn't come yet. Maybe that perfect family is you! If you are looking for a playful, energetic, friendly, and fun canine companion, Duke is it! He gets along well with people and other dogs. One of his absolute favorite things to do is get in a kiddie pool full of water and relax. It's a fun sight to see Duke sprawled out in the pool on a hot summer day! Come check it out for yourself at the Humane Educational Society.
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WNW with the Humane Educational Society
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