Deceased owner’s friend dumped man’s dogs at shelter and didn’t bother to even leave their names

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At the Fort Worth Animal Care and Control, a pair of bonded senior dogs were surrendered to the shelter on June 9, after the death of their owner. Although sad situations like this happen much too often, it was even more tragic when the person abandoning the dogs didn’t even leave their names.

Marco  #47958530 is 10-years-old, weighs 72 pounds, is heartworm positive and is not neutered. Symphony #47958443 is also 10-years-old, weighs  70 pounds, is heartworm positive and is not spayed.

“They are so sweet and love getting treats and attention!,” the dogs’ advocate posted on social media. “They need a nice home with big fluffy beds ..not sleeping on the shelter floor.”

Sadly, neither Marco or Symphony have had any rescue or adoption inquiries. Share their plights with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.

DO NOT CALL THE SHELTER!
Adoptions must be done in person.
All rescue tags must be sent via EMAIL: fwacctag@fortworthtexas.gov

They are located at Fort Worth Animal Care and Control/Chuck Silcox Adoption Center, 4900 Martin Street, Fort Worth Texas 76119.

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  1. Bunny Peters says:

    Some “friend”……. With a “friend” like that, who needs enemies???

    I am very happy that these precious treasures are tagged for rescue!!! I hope that snapshots of their freedom rides are posted…..

    I hope someone local can open their heart and home for both of them. They deserve to be rehomed into a loving furever family where they will be treated as beloved family members.

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