A neglected Doberman Pinscher was recently removed from his home and taken to a busy Texas animal control agency. On Friday, the volunteer-run Facebook page, Focus on Furever, featured the homeless dog and wrote, “I am an adult male Doberman that was part of a cruelty/confiscate case. I’m a sweet big boy with sores all over my body. I could use some TLC and a good home!”
This neglected dog, whose name is unknown, is being held at the Corpus Christi Animal Services facility – though he does not have a specified “euthanasia” date, he is at risk of being killed and should be considered urgent. Focus on Furever writes, “Many of these animals are due to be euthanized. There is a “Review Date” on the Kennel Card. It is not a euthanasia date. However, if there no room at the kennels all dogs with present review dates will be considered for euthanasia. Whether an animal is scheduled by CCACS to be euthanized will depend on many factors such as health, temperament, adoptability, etc. ”
The adoption fee for this dog is only $25 – the fee includes vaccinations and altering. Please help this dog find his way to a rescue group, or loving home, by sharing his adoption information.
- NAME: Unknown – URGENT
- Facebook thread here
- Corpus Christi Animal Care Services (CCACS), 2626 Holly Road, Corpus Christi, Texas, (361) 826-4606, 4601 or 4630, firstname.lastname@example.org
(Photos via Focus on Furever, Pawtographer: Stacy Palacios)