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Pet of the Week Chloie is looking for laid-back home

Emily Balser
Emily Balser | Tribune-Review
Chloie, a pitbull terrier, is available for adoption through Humane Animal Rescue.
Emily Balser | Tribune-Review
Chloie, a pit bull terrier, is available for adoption through Humane Animal Rescue.

Everyone, meet Chloie!

This loving gal is TribLive’s Pet of the Week, and she’s available for adoption at the East End location of Humane Animal Rescue in Pittsburgh.

Age: 10 years old.

Breed: She’s an American pit bull terrier mix.

What she likes: She likes to go on leisurely strolls through the neighborhood. As a senior pet, she also likes to rest and relax while getting plenty of love.

Personality: She’s a laid back girl. She does well with other dogs and would do great with an owner who is laid back like her. She does have a bit of arthritis because of her age but plenty of pep left in her step. She has had some mammary tumors removed, but overall she’s very health for a dog her age.

If you’re interested: Stop by the East End location of Humane Animal Rescue to meet Chloie and fill out a pre-adoption application.

Emily Balser is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Emily at 724-226-4680, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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