Critically urgent senior dog

Critically urgent senior dog appears to have lost hope

A senior dog at a Tennessee animal control agency is critically urgent and he appears to have lost hope. The eight-year-old dog, named Grover, has passed the safe period of time for his stray hold, and he is in need of adoption or rescue before he is lost forever.

On the Critical Memphis Animals Facebook page, the urgency of Grover’s situation is shared with followers:

🚩ADDED TO URGENT LIST 11/4🚩
🐾SENIOR ALERT🐾
MEDICAL NOTES IN COMMENTS

INTAKE 10/29

#A318914 “#GROVER” HW POSITIVE
Brown Male *NEUTERED* 8 Years, 58.6 lbs
Intake 10/29 Review 11/02
*STRAY/OTC*

And judging by Grover’s face, he knows that his chances of leaving are low. Please help Grover find a new home by sharing this article. Time is of the essence!

Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
– Grover was part of a playgroup on November 4, 2019. Grover kept to himself, friendly, and exhibited gentle/dainty playstyle.

Adoption information

Petharbor link here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Memphis Animal Services at (901) 636-1416
Ask for information about animal ID number A318914

Located at Memphis Animal Services
(901) 636-1416 (ext. 2)
MAS.RESCUE@MEMPHISTN.GOV

Note: All inquiries about Grover must be made to the animal control agency directly. The Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact. Thank you!

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