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Pet of the Week: Regal, a boxer Labrador mix

Emily Balser
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Emily Balser | Tribune-Review
Volunteer Abigail Hooper, 7, is shown with Regal, a boxer and Labrador mix that is up for adoption at the West Deer Dog Shelter.
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Emily Balser | Tribune-Review
Regal, a boxer and Labrador mix, is up for adoption at the West Deer Dog Shelter.

Everyone, meet Regal!

This sweet guy is TribLive’s Pet of the Week and he’s available for adoption at the West Deer Dog Shelter.

Age: 7 years old

Breed: He’s a boxer and Labrador mix who has been at the shelter for about two months.

What he likes: Regal enjoys taking walks, being petted and doing tricks for treats. He knows how to sit, shake a paw and beg for a treat. He also enjoys taking car rides.

Personality: He’s an easygoing dog who is great with small children and other dogs.

If you’re interested: Call the shelter at 724-265-2780 and leave a message.

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