Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Ozzilyn!

UPDATE: OZZILYN has been ADOPTED! It’s the best day of the week with the Idaho Humane Society, meet Ozzilyn!

Say hi to Ozzilyn!
Ozzilyn is a very sweet girl who came here all the way from Texas! She has lots of energy and would love to be your new adventure buddy.
After getting her energy out for the day Ozzilyn would love to snuggle up for the night and would be the perfect cuddle buddy for the whole family!
If you are looking your new best friend ask a matchmaker to meet Ozzilyn today!

Click here to learn more on how to adopt this young lady!

This Friday, it’s the Idaho Humane Societies Black Friday Sale! All pet adoptions are 25% off!!

There are a couple ways to reach out to help the Idaho Humane Society during this wonderful season of giving!

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