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Arlington Pet of the Week: Leo

Please welcome the adorable Siberian Husky, Leo as the newest Arlington Pet of the Week.

This beautiful ball of fluff is living it up in Arlington with his parents.

They had this to say about Leo:

Leo is assumed to be born at the end of February of 2022. He came to his parents, Andria and Austin Winger, unexpectedly yet serendipitously at 5 months into his life.

Leo is a Pisces who enjoys extremely long walks, multiple daily visits to the dog park (his faves are Benjamin Banneker or GlenCarlyn), chicken and lots of attention. Leo brings joy to every human and animal he meets (except that one squirrel and those few mice, RIP).

Leo’s favorite snacks are dried duck feet, dental chews, and the meatiest treats you can find. His favorite toys are his ropes and chuck it balls.

His best friend is a mini Aussie named Lonnie and the two of them run the Bluemont neighborhood. Leo is a frequenter of many local Arlington establishments and loves living here.

Keep up with Leo and his many adventures by following him on Instagram @leodehuskrio!

Want your pet to be considered for the Arlington Pet of the Week? Email [email protected] with 2-3 paragraphs about your pet and at least 3-4 horizontally-oriented photos.

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