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Muttville opens pop-up adoption center for older dogs
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- You can't watch Oprah's "favorite things" anymore, but you can see one of her favorite Bay Area dog rescue organizations in San Francisco this month.
Muttville caught Oprah's eye a few years ago, and this year they're trying to catch yours with their new pop-up adoption center for senior dogs.
Sherri Franklin with Muttville says there's a huge benefit to adopting older dogs.
"Most of them are house trained already," she says. "They're calm, they're gentle, they don't need to go running three times a day, they're not going to chew up your shoes."
You can visit the Muttville adoption center pop-up store on the corner of Polk and Bush streets in San Francisco. It's open on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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