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Adoptable Pet of the Week: Meet Leia

Meet Leia, a six-year-old lab mix with a lot of cheer, despite having no tail to wag. Leia had her tail amputated recently but she hasn't let it slow her down. She's eager to find a family that is ready to run and play just as hard as she can. "S...

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Meet Leia, a six-year-old lab mix with a lot of cheer, despite having no tail to wag.

Leia had her tail amputated recently but she hasn't let it slow her down. She's eager to find a family that is ready to run and play just as hard as she can.

"She's just a big goofy girl that wants a couch to lay on but wants to run out in the yard during the day," said Courtney Engel of Circle of Friends.

For more information or to adopt Leia go to gfpets.com

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