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Pet of the Week: Ben

Pet of the Week: Ben

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“Ben” is a 2- to 3-year old mix. He’s nervous around new people, especially men. Once he feels comfortable, he’s very playful. He does well on a leash and likes to go for walks. If you’re interested in Ben, please call the Pulaski County Animal Control shelter at 674-8359.


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