Some homeless dogs will do almost anything to grab the attention of potential adopters…from barking and crying, to pawing at the cage or even smiling. One senior dog in Phoenix, Arizona, is getting a lot of attention because he has been caught saying “hello” to shelter visitors.
Homeless dog needs a new home
His name is Krew and he is eight-years-old. The talented senior dog has been held at the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control (MCACC) animal shelter since March. Volunteers report that he has a gentle disposition, and that he is “very loving,” reports WFLA News.
This sweet senior needs a new home and for just $21, he could be yours! Click here to find a complete list of the shelter locations and hours.
West Valley Animal Care Center
2500 S 27th Avenue
27th Avenue, South of Durango
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Facebook thread for Krew’s viral hello video here.
Krew could use a hand – he is one of over 500 dogs currently held in the MCACC shelter system right now.
Watch Krew’s “hello” video below
All of our dogs are special, but Krew just happens to love to say Hello! Or maybe he’s just so happy that more than 240 of his friends found homes thanks to fee-waived adoptions sponsored by Arizona Animal Rescue Mission this weekend. Amazing.
Posted by Maricopa County Animal Care & Control (MCACC) – Adopt at pets.maricopa.gov on Sunday, June 10, 2018
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