Back in July, Tracy Handel was riding on the back of a motorcycle at 26th and Grange Ave. when she was hit and killed by a drunk driver.
Tracy worked at All City Pet Care and loved dogs.
She had two dogs, Cash Money and Stubby. Since Tracy's death they have been staying with a friend but now Stubby needs a good home.
He needs to be the only pet in the house and needs all the attention you can give him. He has been known to be an escape artist and has been known to jump fences. He is a very sweet and loving dog. He just needs a good home where he can get a lot of love, affection and attention. He is 4-years-old, neutered and completely vaccinated and heartworm tested. So if you want a great dog, you can e-mail the KSFY Morning News Producer at email@example.com or get in touch with KSFY through Facebook. You can also contact All City Pet Care at 605-215-0732.
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