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Pet of the Week for June 28

Lilly - Hernando County Animal Services
Published Jun. 20

Lilly is a blue fawn and white female terrier mix, approximately 3 years old and weighing 55 pounds. She was found wandering in a Spring Hill neighborhood and brought to the shelter at Hernando County Animal Services in April. Lilly is animal-selective, so it is recommended she be the only dog in the home. Lilly's identification number at the shelter is D#10319576. Inquiries about adopting Lilly or other dogs and cats can be made at Hernando County Animal Services, 19450 Oliver St., Brooksville. Visiting hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Adoption fees are $50 for adult dogs over 25 pounds, $70 for puppies and small dogs under 25 pounds, $25 for heartworm-positive and senior dogs, $20 for adult cats and $40 for kittens. For information, call (352) 796-5062. Visit the website at hernandocounty.us/animal/adoptions.

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