Puppy completely shut down in back of Miami shelter kennel

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A six-month-old puppy has completely shut down in the rear of a noisy and overcrowded shelter in Miami, Florida. And as if a neglected puppy would be expected to act like a well behaved canine citizen, Nance has been quarantined in the back section of the shelter for being fearful. One can only imagine what horrors this little dog has already endured during his brief life.

Nance arrived at Miami-Dade Animal Services on May 26 and is now at risk of being euthanized. It has been noted there have been multiple offers to help. Until Nance is out of the shelter and safe, his life is still in danger. Share this puppy’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Follow the conversations on Facebook at Urgent Dogs and Cats of Miami.

PetHarbor listing:
#A2047605.  “I am a neutered male, brown Terrier mix.”



For more information about this animal, call:
Miami-Dade Animal Services at (305) 884-1101
Ask for information about animal ID number A2047605

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