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Ralphy the pointer seeks new bestie

| Friday, March 9, 2018, 8:57 p.m.
Ralphy, Animal Friends of Westmoreland
Ralphy, Animal Friends of Westmoreland

The Tribune-Review features creatures from six area animal shelters in need of homes.

This week's pet is from Animal Friends of Westmoreland.

From its website: “Hey there! My name's Ralphy. I'm a 1-year-old pointer mix who is looking for a new best friend. I was recently brought to the shelter by my owner because she could no longer care for me. I really miss her, but I'm hoping there might be someone else out there who will love me and give me a nice new home to spend the rest of my life in! I'm a really nice boy, and I'd love to be a new member of your family. The people here at the shelter have made sure that I'm up to date on vaccinations, neutered and I also have a mirochip. I would do well in a home with other dogs, and I like kids too! We're not sure what I think of cats yet.”

The photos are taken from the rescue websites weekly, but please check with the shelters before falling in love. There are plenty of animals who want nothing more than a new, loving family.

Animal Friends of Westmoreland

216 Depot St., Youngwood

724-925-2555 or animalfriendswestmoreland.org

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