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This week's pet of the week is an approximately 1 1/2 year old, spayed pit bull terrier mix

ELKO — Please meet the Elko Animal Shelter’s latest Pet of The Week, No. 48534533, an approximately 1 1/2 year old, spayed pit bull terrier mix.

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She loves people and plays well with other dogs. She has lots of energy and responds really well to treats. She appears to be housetrained as she has a clean kennel each morning while she waits to go outside.

She is a bit mouthy at times and loves to play with water. It seems her brain is always looking for some new experience which will give her new family lots to work with. Please come down to the Shelter to meet her, spend time with her and hopefully decide that she will be a perfect fit for a new addition to your family.

If you have any questions about this dog or others that you see on the official City Website, please call 775-777-7333 to ask questions or confirm Shelter hours.

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This PowerPoint talk will feature photos of the scenery, wildlife, birds and flowers that she and her husband Mark saw on the trip. It will include range maps for the birds that were seen, and she will discuss how many of these birds that breed in the far northern tundra of Alaska migrate through our area in the spring, fall or both.

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Due to the high positivity rate for Covid-19 in our area the officers and board members for Bristlecone Audubon have decided that it is best to hold virtual meetings for at least the next few months.

The group will be using Zoom as its platform. If you would like to be sent a link for this program, email bristleconeaudubon@gmail.com before Thursday.

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