Senior dog needs TLC

Older, thin senior dog at busy animal control needs some TLC

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A senior dog, overly thin and apparently neglected, is in need of some serious TLC. The dog, named Marley, is being held at a busy Texas animal control agency and he needs some help to be saved.

On Monday, the Facebook page SAPA Urgents & Adoptables, wrote:

Marley is an older guy that just wants a calm place to relax. He needs some TLC and loving home to feel safe again. Can you give this boy a place to spend his golden years? Marley is about 10 years old.

With sad notes about the danger Marley is in:

THIS DOG IS IN ACS KENNELS & AT RISK OF BEING KILLED. SHELTER EVALUATES SPACE AT: 9:30 am Mon-Sat, and again at 5 pm Mon-Fri & 3 pm Sat.

Marley deserves the chance to be healthy and loved. Marley deserves to live out the remainder of his life. You can help make that possible by taking a moment to share his adoption information!

ID#553373

ADOPTERS PLEASE EMAIL: acsadoptions@sanantonio.gov
FOSTERS/RESCUES PLEASE EMAIL: placement@sanantoniopetsalive.org or acsrescue-foster@sanantonio.gov

Location: San Antonio, Texas

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