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It’s Furry Friend Friday: Meet Harley and Harper

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- It’s Furry Friend Friday and we’d like to introduce you to Harley and Harper. Harley and Harper are the only dogs that did not find homes at the Two Hearts Adoption last weekend. Harley is a one-year-old and Harper is between a year and two years old. Both are males.

These energetic pups would be a fun addition to any loving home. By adopting an animal from the Lawton Animal Welfare Division, you are not only saving the life of the animal you adopted but the one who gets to move into its pen!

Lawton Animal Welfare is located at 2104 S.W. 6th Street. All dog adoptions are $55. All animals from Lawton Animal Welfare are fixed, up to date on their shots (including Rabies), micro-chipped, licensed with the city, and healthy.

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