Terrified little dog surrendered to shelter with his wheelchair

UPDATE: SAVED! Pulled by Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue.

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In Brooklyn, New York, a 12-year-old dachshund named Bobbi was surrendered to the Animal Care Center on Monday because his elderly owner could no longer care for him. Bobbi uses a wheelchair to maneuver – thankfully his mode of transportation accompanied him.

Bobbi is described an awesome little guy who is sweet and respectful, but he is terrified at the shelter. Who can blame him? He had been with the same person since he was a puppy. He has a history of spinal injury; his back legs are paralyzed.

INTAKE 04/27/2020

BOBBI 92976
BROOKLYN ACC
Estimated to be 12 years old, 15 Lbs 11 oz
NEUTERED MALE, SMALL MIXED BREED
Bobbi is not bothered when held or restrained, when moved off the furniture, when his sleep is interrupted, when his paws are touched, when his coat is brushed, or when someone gives him a bath. He will bark when left outside to come back in.

Shelter notes include the following:

“Bobbi is described as friendly, affectionate, and mellow. When someone is home, he will follow them around and be in the same room as them. He loves to sleep and lay around with someone when they are home. He does not play anymore, has been kept mostly indoors, and will sleep in his crate. He has been fed small bites dry food and will have food out all day. Bobbi was house trained but now is not on a schedule and has begun to urinate and defecate in the home. When left home alone, he is well behaved. He has not been left alone in the yard so behavior is unknown. He is crate trained and does well for several hours. He responds to his name, come, and let’s go in Spanish. He goes on slow walks on the leash and does not pull. He will stay by someone’s side when off the leash and constantly look up at them to make sure they are still walking.”

Bobbi has been around children, other dogs and cats.

This little guy will need special care. Surely there is someone who can love and care for him. Share his plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.

TO ADOPT or FOSTER: If you cannot get to the shelter in person to adopt, or want to foster, please message our page (Must Love Dogs – Saving NYC) www.facebook.com/mldsavingnycdogs)
OR email mld1nycdogs@gmail.com for guidance and assistance.

PLEASE NOTE: The general rule is to foster you have to be within 4 hours of the NYC ACC approved New Hope partner rescues you are applying with and to adopt
you will have to be in the general NE US area; NY, NJ, CT, PA, DC, MD, DE, NH, RI, MA, VT & ME (some rescues will transport to VA).

Shelter contact information:
Phone number: 212-788-4000 (automated only)
Email: adopt@nycacc.org

Brooklyn Animal Care Center
2336 Linden Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11208

If you are interested in ADOPTING or FOSTERING poor sweet heartbreaking little BOBBI  ID# 92976, please private message this page  or email at 👉 mld1nycdogs@gmail.com for assistance.

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4 replies
    • Vicki Garrett says:

      DO YOU LIVE IN THE NE USA? If not, you need to apply online with a rescue in your area IF they will work with the over 240 New Hope approved rescues that are allowed to pull from here. Saying I will take does nothing.

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