Barry Manilow is a 4-year-old male dog with a white nose and a tuxedo coated body. He’s a happy dog who constantly wiggles his butt and has a grin on his face. He adores people and would probably be best as the sole animal in the house so he doesn’t have to share your attention. As Barry said in Mandy , “could this be the magic at last?” To find out, call Pasco County Animal Services at (813) 929-1212, ext. 1425.Utah is an outgoing 1-year-old male mixed breed dog. He loves meeting new people and other dogs. He’s eager to please and a quick learner. This makes him a great fit to quickly learn the ropes in a new home. He comes neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. To meet Utah, call Friends of Strays at (727) 522-6566.Pixi is a 2-year-old tan and white female Terrier mix. She loves people, but is selective of her doggie friends. A meet and greet is required if you have another dog in your home. Shelter volunteers are working with her on leash training and basic commands. She comes spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and heartworm tested. For more information/availability, call the Hernando County Animal Services at (352) 796-5062.Olive is a 2-year-old black and tan female American Coonhound. She’s shy, but warms up quickly and can be protective. She loves other dogs, but doesn’t get along with cats. She’s currently practicing leash training so she’ll be ready for long walks with you. She comes vaccinated, spayed and microchipped. To arrange to meet her, go to PawPrintHearts.com.Pumba and Mufasa are a bonded pair of brother cats. They get along well with children, dogs and other cats. Mufasa is laid back, reserved and loves to bird watch through the window. Pumba is more a lap kitty. He prefers to cuddle, but has moments of curiosity and playfulness. If you have room in your heart for two cats, call the Humane Society of Manatee County at (941) 747-8808, ext. 304.