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Pet Tales: Meet Ballantine

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The final pet of the week for January is Ballantine.

He's a year old and described as "a Casanova of sorts" with a fun personality who would make a great hiking partner.

Ballantine is said to also be great and gentle with children. 

To find out more about him, head to Woods Humane Society in San Luis Obispo or click here

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