Pup distressed after being surrendered

Surrendered pup is devastated behind bars of animal control kennel run

A pup, surrendered by his owner on Saturday (April 7) is devastated over the sudden change in his life. At just 10 months of age, Zen is confused and heartbroken to find himself locked away behind bars at the Harris County Animal Control agency in Texas.

A short video clip shows the depth of this pup’s distress…he is licking the bars and drooling, sure signs that he is scared. Zen no longer has an owner to be his advocate – he is relying on the kindness of strangers to help save his life. Please take a moment to share this pup’s adoption information – you may be the one responsible for saving his life.

Petharbor link for Zen here.

The Facebook page which networks homeless animals at this animal control agency wrote of the urgency of this pup’s situation:

 ZEN – UPDATE: NOT SAFE!! To ensure safety, this animal needs an adoption hold by 5:30 pm OR a rescue group to claim by 5:50 pm TUESDAY 4/10. Only takes one person to save! ADOPT! FOSTER!

Adoption Hours are 1 – 5:30pm Monday – Friday and 11am – 3:30pm Saturday & Sunday

For more information about this animal, call:
Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services at (281) 999-3191
Ask for information about animal ID number A505885

https://www.facebook.com/harriscountyanimalshelterpets/videos/1872062589524197/

More news and updates at the National Animal News Facebook page.


Sad “old” dog waits to be saved – learn more about how you can help here.

 Old dog needs a home

You’re going to fall in love with this adorable “grumpy” face dog – read more here.

Grumpy face dog

 


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13 replies
  1. Marni Montanez says:

    if people were to see their dogs as family members and as one of their kids, this wouldn’t happen so much. I know there are certain circumstances why someone would surrender a dog, but they should be the exception, not the norm. I am so heartbroken for this baby.

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  2. Melissa Gurley says:

    Poor Zen he’s so scared what is wrong with people just dumping their dogs off it breaks my heart please someone please help this baby

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  3. Nancy Raymond says:

    I hate these people that dump animals – don’t care what the reason – to take a 10 month old dog and just discard it like a disposable object infuriates me. PLEASE some kind person rescue Zen – he did nothing wrong except be homed with some idiot who treated him like an old shoe. And, this being Texas, a state which also treats animals like disposable objects – they will kill him in a heartbeat never giving him a chance to grow up. Zen needs a home, not a couple of miserable weeks in a crap shelter.

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  4. pennysdachshunds says:

    The Whole state of Texas is REALLY NOT Really vested in ANIMAL WELFARE as “ALL ” frequent posters on this site are Well aware of BUT Harris COUNTY is by far the WORST for EUTHANIZA and JUST NOT REALLY DOING MUCH to ASSIST IN FINDING HOMES for these POOR LITTLE GUYS!!! WHAT nice PET Zen would make a vested family… I sincerely hope that there will BE a CHANCE for him to SURVIVE… it seems the only ones rescued are the tortured and battered that DOGS ROCK N.Y. RESCUES !!!! ZEN isn’t torn to shreds so he doesn’t have much of a chance it appears!!!

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