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Reina is a magnificent Manx mix who seems very sophisticated. She's outgoing and adorable and only 1 year old. She's unique because she has a bobbed tail and gorgeous gold eyes. Reina's name means "queen" in Spanish, and her adoption fee is $65.

This happy husky is Twinkies. She's 6 years old and she's extremely mellow and gentle. She appears to be housebroken, and she knows many commands, including sit, shake, down and speak. Twinkies loves treats and her adoption fee is $95.

Reina and Twinkies would like to remind everyone that our canine companions always need to be on a leash when they are outside the yard. Please respect parks and playgrounds as well, and always keep your dogs on-leash unless you are in a designated off-leash area. Signs clearly mark where pets can legally play off-leash, and they are required to be leashed from the car until they enter that area and back.

Also, please be respectful of all park patrons by always cleaning up after your dog when you are on a walk or playing in the park. These tips will make our public places pleasant and safe for all users, both two-legged and four-footed alike! Besides being courteous, observing leash laws and cleaning up will also help you avoid a ticket, as some areas — including Salt Lake City — have asked animal control to step up enforcement in parks because they have had so many complaints.

Visit elegant Reina and sweet Twinkies at Salt Lake County Animal Services, 511 W. 3900 South, or call 269-7499. View pets virtually at www.slcoanimalservices.org.