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Give Pebbles A Forever Home!

Pebbles is our pet of the week!

She is a sweet and loving six-year-old terrier mix!  If you are looking for a companion to sit on your lap and love you, she is the puppy for you.  Pebbles is very calm and enjoys lying down in her dog bed at the Humane Society of Wichita Falls.  Her coat is very soft!  Pebbles gets along really well with other dogs and we are positive she would  be great with children as well.  She enjoys going on walks and sniff around just like any curious dog.

If you would like to have Pebbles as a part of your family we suggest you go and do a meet and greet.  If you have any other animals feel free to bring them along to make sure they interact well.  If you want to give her a forever home please call the Humane Society at (940) 855-4941.

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