Pet of the Week: Ivan
09:37 AM, Tuesday, April 21
Ivan reminds us a little of Charles Bronson. He looks stoic in his adoption photos, but he is really just a teddy bear. Ivan is the front desk dog, so PAWS Atlanta has been getting to know him and he has been getting to know the treat jar. Ivan is...

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