A dog who is being held at a city animal control agency in Laredo, Texas, is terrified and appears to be shutting down. Earlier this week, the Facebook page, Pets Alive Laredo (a non-profit, volunteer operated organization) posted a photo of the frightened dog in an effort to help her find an adopter or reputable rescue agency.
According to PAL, the female, shepherd mix (in kennel A28) arrived to the animal shelter on March 2 – little else is known about the terrified dog, aside from what is evident in the sad photo. The dog, whose name is unknown, is obviously frightened and confused – being locked away from anything and everything which is familiar has taken a toll.
Adoption/contact information to help this dog (ID 79983) follows:
If interested in adopting locally:
Visit the City Shelter at 5202 Maher or call (956)717-5762 for more information
If interested in adopting out of city/state fill out adoption application https://form.jotform.com/70403953609154
If you are a 501c3 rescue and are interested in tagging/pulling email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Facebook thread here.
Note from Pets Alive Laredo (PAL): PLEASE NOTE: PAL is NOT the City Shelter.
we are just here to help get as many pets out Alive
Pets Alive Laredo Mission is to save as many unwanted pets as possible by closely working with the city shelter and local veterinarians, and placing them with loving families. P.A.L. promotes programs focused on sterilization, responsible pet ownership, adoption and education.