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Pick Pete as your newest family member

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Source: KTRE Staff Source: KTRE Staff
LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

Peppy Pete's personality will play with your heart. The 4-year-old Chihuahua mix will fit in perfectly with any family.

"He is just a lap full of love," said Aaron Ramsey, the director of the Kurth Memorial Animal Shelter. "He's really laid back and he likes to play too."

Pete is absolutely precious. He can't seem to get enough attention and would make any family a great pet.

"He's just a great lap dog. He loves belly rubs and is just a really mild mannered dog," Ramsey said.

When Pete decides he likes you, he never lets go. The gentle sweetie will play his little dog games with you and then come cuddle.

"Would make a good probably apartment dog or somebody who likes to travel because he is a small breed dog," Ramsey said. "Yes, he loves attention. He's just a real playful guy. He was running around in here earlier, and he just wants to be loved and have somebody to give him some attention

For more information on how to adopt our furry friend Pete, call Kurth Memorial Animal Shelter at (936) 633-0218

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