This “broccoli” is different from the green veggie variety — and she comes with a special offer.
An adorable dog named Broccoli who is currently living at the Best Friends Sanctuary in Utah is up for adoption — and she’s looking for her forever family.
Broccoli is a four-year-old American pit bull terrier mix in Kanab, Utah.
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The medium-sized, chocolate-colored pup is an energetic girl who is ready to be taken to a new home, the sanctuary says.
Broccoli is super-smart and loves to learn new skills.
She’s also eager to show off her current ones.
The Utah dog loves to play in the yard and has energy to spare.
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But when bedtime comes around, Broccoli tends to sleep soundly, according to the shelter.
Broccoli is looking for a family that’s active and will give her plenty of time and room to be her authentic self, the shelter also reports.
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This year, for Black Friday, Best Friends Animal Society is offering free cat and dog adoptions at its Lifesaving Centers and programs across the country — including the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah.
And on November 25, each center will be waiving adoption fees.
Each pet will be spayed or neutered — plus micro-chipped and vaccinated.
The adoption fees will be waived through Dec. 31, 2022.
Best Friends Animal Society CEO Julie Castle said in a press release that adopting a pet is the ultimate gift to give this year.
“Who needs the latest tech gadget when a pet can provide unconditional love and companionship?” she said.
“Adopting a dog or cat is really the ultimate gift to give yourself and your family,” she said.
For more information on adopting Broccoli, contact email@example.com or call 435-644-2001.
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