Hey, I have a Hollywood name, now all I need is a superstar family! Yep, I’ve decided this two-year-old, 90.4 lb. girl is named for the ravishing, classy film star Lana Turner. Which means it’s time to begin scripting my first movie. I think it should be a bio pic about a former stray who, after a minimum of 2.5 months alone, allowed a stranger to befriend her. The story continues as the beautiful Lana who showed no aggression toward other dogs but thought to be a runner who needs secure fencing and leash walks, moves from a shelter to GPRA. Then as the film ends, my new story begins. With you. Or maybe someone you know and trust? Please email email@example.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below to reach my agents on the GPRA adoption team!
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