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Photo gallery: Rescue me

| Wednesday, July 10, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Kristina Serafini | Sewickley Herald
Porkchop, a black pit bull mix, licks Animal Friends veterinary technician Marsha Koschik during a Liberation Day Rescue at the facility Tuesday, July 9, 2013. The dog was one of about 30 animals rescued from local animal control facilities who were slated to be euthanized. The rescued dogs were named, vaccinated, bathed and groomed at Animal Friends and will be available for adoption beginning July 15. The Ohio Township facility will offer a $19.43 adoption promotion from July 12-July 31 in honor of Animal Friends' 70th anniversary.
Kristina Serafini | Sewickley Herald
Ralphie, a lab/border collie mix, gets his belly rubbed by Animal Friends volunteer Kris Kaufmann of McCandless during a Liberation Day Rescue at the facility Tuesday, July 9, 2013. The dog was one of about 30 animals rescued from local animal control facilities who were slated to be euthanized. The rescued dogs were named, vaccinated, bathed and groomed at Animal Friends and will be available for adoption beginning July 15. The Ohio Township facility will offer a $19.43 adoption promotion from July 12-July 31 in honor of Animal Friends' 70th anniversary.
Kristina Serafini | Sewickley Herald
Jasper T. Jowles, a chocolate-colored Pit Bull mix, pauses after he is unloaded from an Animal Friends van during a Liberation Day Rescue at the facility Tuesday, July 9, 2013. The dog was one of about 30 animals rescued from local animal control facilities who were slated to be euthanized. The rescued dogs were named, vaccinated, bathed and groomed at Animal Friends and will be available for adoption beginning July 15. The Ohio Township facility will offer a $19.43 adoption promotion from July 12-July 31 in honor of Animal Friends' 70th anniversary.
Kristina Serafini | Sewickley Herald
Porkchop, a black Pit Bull mix, peeks out from a cage in a hallway at Animal Friends as he awaits a medical exam during a Liberation Day Rescue at the facility Tuesday, July 9, 2013. The dog was one of about 30 animals rescued from local animal control facilities who were slated to be euthanized. The rescued dogs were named, vaccinated, bathed and groomed at Animal Friends and will be available for adoption beginning July 15. The Ohio Township facility will offer a $19.43 adoption promotion from July 12-July 31 in honor of Animal Friends' 70th anniversary.
Kristina Serafini | Sewickley Herald
Ricky Nelson, a black and tan Manchester Terrier, gets a bath from Animal Friends volunteers during a Liberation Day Rescue at the facility Tuesday, July 9, 2013. The dog was one of about 30 animals rescued from local animal control facilities who were slated to be euthanized. The rescued dogs were named, vaccinated, bathed and groomed at Animal Friends and will be available for adoption beginning July 15. The Ohio Township facility will offer a $19.43 adoption promotion from July 12-July 31 in honor of Animal Friends' 70th anniversary.
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