Happy Wet Nose Wednesday! It's time to find another beautiful animal the perfect forever family.

Hundreds of animals on the SouthCoast are up for adoption, waiting for places to call home. Thanks to the help of local shelters, Fun 107 gets the opportunity to share their stories.

Each week, we give one lucky animal the spotlight. This week, we head to New Bedford where a young German Shepherd is wagging her tail in anticipation.

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Meet Pants, a 2-year-old, 67-pound shepherd with an infectious personality and a love for belly rubs.

"She likes stability and consistency," Lighthouse Animal Shelter in New Bedford said. "She's very intelligent, she walks well on a leash, and she knows how to sit and is ready to learn more."

Pants will need a little bit more training, but she'll pick it up fast with the right owner.

Pants loves to wrestle and chase around the other dogs. She does best with submissive male dogs, but she could thrive as the only dog in the home or could live with a compatible male dog. She has not been tested with cats.

Also, Pants is a huge fan of the doggie pool, so the shelter recommends bringing her home before the summer is over.

Does Pants sound like a good fit for you and your family? Contact Lighthouse Animal Shelter, like the shelter on Facebook, and schedule a play date today.

Pants cannot wait to meet you.

Lighthouse Animal Shelter

596 Hathaway Road, New Bedford, MA

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