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Pet of the Week: Meet Pretty!

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A playful 3-year-old girl who lives up to her name.


Pretty is a 3-year-old girl who weighs around 70-80 pounds. She has been with the shelter since March and it's pretty hard to understand why. She definitely lives up to her name, in addition to being smart and playful. For a Pretty girl, her only flaw is that in certain situations, she can be a bit of a troublemaker. Pretty was surrendered to the shelter because she would often run loose with another dog and they got into some trouble with a couple of small dogs. Therefore, Pretty would probably do best in a home with a securely fenced yard and dogs that are on the bigger side. Pretty would will also benefit from regular exercise and consistent training.

Since the world can be so big and scary, it might take her a couple of minutes to warm up to new people and places. However, once she's comfortable, she becomes a huge cuddle bug. She loves butt rubs and curling up next to you. Cuddly as she may be, given her size and strength, it's best that she doesn't end up in a home with smaller kids. A dog like this truly has no idea how big she is.

Pretty's adoption fee has been reduced to $95, thanks to a very generous donor. Keep in mind, there is an additional $25 fee for an annual dog license, if you live in Jackson County. If you would like to meet Miss Pretty, please reach out to the Jackson County Animal Shelter at 541-774-6654 to make an appointment to meet her.

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Ana Orsini joined the NewsWatch 12 team as an anchor and producer in May 2020.

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