A sweet, submissive dog is considered to be “urgent” at a Texas animal control agency. The dog, whose name is “Delila,” is so terrified that she barely moves inside of her run at the Corpus Christi Animal Care Services facility.
A volunteer photographer was able to capture some touching images of this scared girl (identification number A283850) and she offered a bit of information for those Facebook followers who are willing to take a moment to network on Delila’s behalf:
I was able to push her around the floor and pick her up. She is just scared, but very sweet and submissive.
According to Delila’s Petharbor profile, she is a one-year-old German shepherd mix who has been at the animal control facility since March 3 – her “review date” is March 8.
Location: Corpus Christi Animal Care Services (CCACS), 2626 Holly Road Corpus Christi, Texas
The adoption fee is $25 which includes: spay/neuter, microchip, rabies shot (depending on age), 1 set of vaccinations, flea/tick treatment, and de-worming.
IF INTERESTED in adoption or rescue email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
Include name, A#, and your information. You must follow up and be persistent in getting a confirmation.
RESCUES must have a 501c3 on file to tag. Send that with your email if you have not pulled from CCACS before.
(Images Focus On Furever Facebook page)
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