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Thursday, February 11, 2016

This dancing dog from Orange County Animal Services needs a home

Posted By on Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 6:56 AM

PHOTO VIA ORANGE COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES
  • Photo via Orange County Animal Services
Orange County Animal Services says a dog at the local shelter is trying to dance its way into a new home. 

The dog, named Ginger Rogers by staff, dances on her hind legs whenever workers, volunteers and shelter visitors pass by, says OCAS spokesperson Carolina Devine in press release. OCAS volunteer Crystal Kincaid shot and uploaded the video about three hours ago, and since OCAS shared it on Facebook, almost 5,000 people have watched it. 



Ginger Rogers is looking for a new dance partner!

Posted by Crystal L Kincaid on miércoles, 10 de febrero de 2016


"Ginger Rogers was found as a stray on February 8 on the corner of Oakridge and John Young Parkway," Devine says. "She has tested positive for heartworm disease, which is a curable condition but can be a deterrent for prospective adopters. Due to this disease her adoption fee has been waived." 

You can find more information about how to adopt Ginger Rogers here. Her due-out date is Wednesday, Feb. 17. 

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