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Friend of the Week: Senior siblings Nash and Mazee seek joint home

Nash, an 11-year-old male. (Angels for Paws Animal Rescue)

Nash, an 11-year-old male, and Mazee, a 9-year-old female, are a pair of bonded siblings looking for a home to live out their golden years in together. The previous owner was in a tough situation and without anywhere else to take them, brought them to a vet to be euthanized. Thankfully, that vet reached out to Angels for Paws Animal Rescue in Mesa, who took the duo under their wing.

Mazee, a 9-year-old female. (Angels for Paws Animal Rescue)

Both dogs are great with people and kids, and with other dogs, big and small. They are low-energy and would be great cuddle companions. They are bonded because they have spent their lives together, and gain comfort and confidence from each other. So, they must go to a home together. These siblings are a little overwhelmed in busy/noisy settings so they would love a calmer, quieter home. They are crate trained and potty trained.

The duo’s adoption fee is $100 and they are fixed, microchipped, and up to date on shots and flea/tick treatments.

If interested in either fostering or adopting these two, fill out an application on the Angels for Paws Animal Rescue website: www.angelsforpaws.org. You can also reach out to the rescue on their Facebook or email kelly@angelsforpaws.org with any questions.

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