Florida shelter calls for help with surrendered 5-month-old ambulatory puppy

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At the Miami-Dade Animal Services, the shelter’s veterinarian has called out for help with a five-month-old ambulatory puppy. Enzo is a miniature schnauzer listed as ambulatory – who moves very slowly on his four legs. In addition, the 8.6 pound puppy likely suffers from urine/fecal incontinence as a result of neurological trauma. The cause of Enzo’s injury is currently unknown.

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Enzo was surrendered on Saturday and will need immediate veterinary care and subsequent evaluation of his injuries. Share his plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts.

For more information, contact:

MDAS website: http://www.miamidade.gov/animals/

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2 replies
  1. Bunny Peters says:

    If I was in that area, (I live in Seattle) I would foster this precious treasure in a heartbeat. He would get lots of snuggles to reassure him that the world is OK!!!

    But sadly, I don’t think we are in the “majority” of adopters…..
    Do people really think there is a long line of potential adopters for a medically fragile furbaby???
    I hope a local adopter or rescue can open their heart and home for this precious treasure!!!
    
It is heartbreaking to think of furbabies being euthanized when they should be with their family…… to me, the worst fate is to be euthanized alone, afraid, in pain and unloved…….

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