senior dog past deadline and at risk

Past deadline and at risk – sweet, gray-faced senior needs a home

Ruff, an adorable gray-faced senior dog is past his deadline and at risk of being put down at a busy Texas animal control agency. The homeless pooch is said to be approximately eight years of age and weighs in at 45 pounds.

Less than 24 hours ago, the Facebook page SAPA Urgents & Adoptables wrote:

510152 Ruff is such a cute scruffy boy who is hard to miss! He likes to greet everyone with tons of tail wags and kisses. This good boy just wants to be loved. Will you make this sweetie pie your BFF? Ruff is around 8 years old and weighs about 45 lbs.

Adding:

PAST SHELTER DEADLINE! This dog is in ACS KENNELS and at risk of euthanasia as space is needed by the city at 9:30am Mon-Sat, and again at 5pm Mon-Fri & 3pm Sat.**

Saving this deserving senior dog

Ruff didn’t ask to be homeless, and he certainly didn’t ask to be on death row. If he was capable of asking anything it would be for someone to find him worthy of saving. You can assist this sweet old boy by taking a moment to network this article with his adoption information!

ID# 510152

ADOPTERS PLEASE EMAIL: acsadoptions@sanantonio.gov
FOSTERS/RESCUES PLEASE EMAIL: placement@sanantoniopetsalive.org

Location: San Antonio City Shelter, Texas

Note: All inquiries about Ruff must be directed to the city shelter. The Pet Rescue Report is NOT the point of contact for this dog.

(Image of Ruff via Facebook)

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7 replies
  1. Melissa Gurley says:

    So wish I lived closer can anyone please open your heart and home for this beautiful dog I pray he doesn’t get killed and finds a safe loving home he deserves that prayers

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