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  • Pit bull mix Tully is looking for a good home

    When Tully, a pit bull mix, arrived at the San Luis Obispo County Animal Services’ shelter, he was a 2-year-old puppy-at-heart. Like many youngsters, Tully lacked good manners, but his loving nature was easy to see. Still, if he was to become the good dog he was born to be, Tully needed guidance.

When Tully, a pit bull mix, arrived at the San Luis Obispo County Animal Services’ shelter, he was a 2-year-old puppy-at-heart. Like many youngsters, Tully lacked good manners, but his loving nature was easy to see. Still, if he was to become the good dog he was born to be, Tully needed guidance. San Luis Obispo County Animal Services
When Tully, a pit bull mix, arrived at the San Luis Obispo County Animal Services’ shelter, he was a 2-year-old puppy-at-heart. Like many youngsters, Tully lacked good manners, but his loving nature was easy to see. Still, if he was to become the good dog he was born to be, Tully needed guidance. San Luis Obispo County Animal Services

Tully, a good boy in training, looks for a lifelong mentor

September 22, 2016 11:41 AM

UPDATED September 22, 2016 09:52 PM

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