Dog adopted and returned with injuries on his face

Dog adopted, returned days later with face injuries – now at risk of being put down

What happened to you Macho? Someone adopted Macho on April 20 and then returned him to a busy Florida animal control on April 24 – in the short span of time, the adopted dog was injured on his face.

On Thursday, Rescue Me Miami wrote:

ADOPTED A WEEK AGO, BACK ON 4/20, RETURNED TO OWNER, DUMPED BACK BY OWNER ON 4/24 WITH WOUNDS ALL OVER HIS FACE!
Whatever happened to this dog was HORRIFIC AND TRAUMATIC! 😢😢 Heartbreaking to think these poor dogs continue to be adopted out to people who do unspeakable things.

Macho is just a year of age – practically a puppy. But his life has been hard…he has been unwanted and hurt and now he is at risk of being put down. This young boy does not deserve the sad life he has been living – he deserves to be loved and cared for!

Macho needs your help – please take a moment to share this article and help him find a LOVING home or a reputable rescue group. Networking saves lives!

Located at
Miami Dade animal service
3599 NW. 79th Ave.
Miami – Doral Florida
305–884–1101 or 311
Email –pets@miamidade.gov

Name: MACHO

Identification# A2034134

 

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Final good-bye


This makes my dogs break into song!

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