After eight years, a senior dog named Hazel has found herself without a home, or a family. The former family dog was surrendered to Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) because her owner had health issues.
The Animal Care Center wrote:
Hazel was given to her former family as a 2 month old puppy and had been in the home since. The owner stated she had tried caring for Hazel, but that she’s unable to do so any longer and had no luck re-homing her.
Hazel gets along with other dogs and children and she has enjoyed regular baths and grooming throughout her life. The shelter provided additional information about the homeless senior:
She is used to being an indoor dog and sleeps in her crate. She likes to play with all kinds of toys and is house trained to go outside and also on wee-wee pads. She knows the commands sit, come, down, shake or paw. She walks on leash but will pull hard.
Without question, Hazel is confused and heartbroken. Please help her find a new family to spend the remainder of her life with by sharing her adoption information.
To adopt Hazel, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions (include animal ID# 21995.)
Note: You MUST visit Hazel at the shelter to adopt. NO TRANSPORT.
Brooklyn ACC is located at 2336 Linden Blvd, Brooklyn, NY.
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