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Pet Tales

By on November 24, 2019 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Jimmy Bautista with Rio

Rio is a one-year-old black lab mix.

Jimmy Bautista said many dogs are dropped off near his parents’ rural house in Brewster.

When Jimmy went to pick up Rio from his parents to take him to the humane society, he realized that Rio was the youngest abandoned dog he had seen — the pup was only about three weeks old. 

On the ride back to Wenatchee, Jimmy decided to keep him.

“Rio is a very energetic dog with a great personality but can be calm when he needs to be. He is great fun to play with. He is also a great stress reliever for me and he gets me out meeting new people,” said Jimmy.

Robert and Amanda Brown with King

Robert and Amanda Brown, Wenatchee, were walking their dog, King, at the Wenatchee dog park.

King is a seven-year-old American Bully.

Robert said they adopted the dog from a family in town.

“King is a lover, a big giant lover, and he takes very good care of his mom (Amanda),” said Robert.

“He is a happy dog, too.”

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