On April 9, a handsome dog, just five years of age, was surrendered to a busy Texas animal shelter. Wero is clearly shaken by the loss of his home – he trembles in fear inside of his kennel run. The surrendered dog has reason to be afraid…surrendered dogs are most at risk of being put down because they do not have to be held for the mandatory “stray” hold.
Adding to Wero’s troubling situation is the presence of a growth on his body – the following information was posted on Wero’s behalf by the Facebook page, Shelter Animals of Garland, Mesquite and Rowlett, Texas:
5 year old unaltered male, with superficial growth on back. We will not be able to pay for it to be removed and he will not likely get adopted with it.
How you can help Wero
Visit: MESQUITE ANIMAL SERVICES
1650 Gross Rd
Mesquite, TX 75149
Closed Wednesday and Sunday
Facebook thread here
Posted by Leslie Hennings on Thursday, April 12, 2018
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