A Florida animal shelter has issued a plea for help on behalf of a young, homeless dog named Knox. On Monday, Nassau County Animal Services posted a photo of the two-year-old dog, writing:
I know why you won’t adopt me.
1. I got too big.
2. I am not a puppy anymore.
3. I am not fond of other dogs.
4. My bark is too loud.
5. I am not a doodle or a poo.
Adding the most important words:
Knox needs a chance.
Knox arrived to the facility as a stray and nobody ever came looking for him. The shelter describes the home which is best suited for this young boy:
He loves getting out of his kennel and playing with toys in the yard. Knox loves people, but he tends to be selective about the canine company. If you know someone doesn’t have another dog, or perhaps just lost their dog, please tell them about Knox. This post is the best chance he has at finding a new home.
Information to save Knox
You can find an online adoption application here: http://bit.ly/adoptNCAS
Please be as detailed as possible when completing the application. To ensure prompt service, appointments are preferred.
Nassau County Animal Services, 86078 License Road, in beautiful downtown Yulee, Florida, 32034
Shelter hours: Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 11 -4, Wednesday 1 – 6, Saturday 11 – 3
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