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Pet of the week: Tobias Mackenzie, the 5-year-old hound mix

Tobias Mackenzie is a five year old Hound mix in search of a loving family with time and space to run and play. He arrived at the shelter via ambulance after wandering the streets alone. He is an extra large guy who needs a home with children eight years and up. He sometimes forgets how to properly share treats so being the 'only dog' would be a best match for Toby. He is quick to learn and obedience lessons at Sniff University are part of his adoption package. SPCA Tampa Bay, 9099 130th Avenue North in Largo. www.SPCATampaBay.org

Tobias Mackenzie is a five year old Hound mix in search of a loving family with time and space to run and play. He arrived at the shelter via ambulance after wandering the streets alone. He is an extra large guy who needs a home with children eight years and up. He sometimes forgets how to properly share treats so being the 'only dog' would be a best match for Toby. He is quick to learn and obedience lessons at Sniff University are part of his adoption package. SPCA Tampa Bay, 9099 130th Avenue North in Largo. www.SPCATampaBay.org

SPCA Tampa Bay

Tobias Mackenzie is a 5-year-old hound mix in search of a loving family with time and space to run and play. He arrived at the shelter via ambulance after wandering the streets. He is an extra-large guy who needs a home with children 8 and older. He sometimes forgets how to properly share treats, so being the "only dog" would ideal for Toby. He is quick to learn, and obedience lessons at Sniff University are part of his adoption package. The SPCA Tampa Bay is at 9099 130th Ave. N in Largo. Visit spcatampabay.org.

Pet of the week: Tobias Mackenzie, the 5-year-old hound mix 05/28/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 2:37pm]
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