Every shelter dog at adoption event found a home, except for ‘Gramps’

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On Saturday, dogs at the Nassau County Animal Services facility, in Florida, participated in a Petco adoption event, and all of them found homes…except for a senior Beagle named Gramps. The animal shelter shared the sad news on Facebook, writing:

Gramps went to our Petco adoption event today with three other dogs.
The other dogs found homes, but Gramps came back to the shelter 🙁.

Describing the homeless pooch’s sweet demeanor:

Gramps is a gentle soul that is friendly, and calm. Gramps does well around other dogs, but little humans tend to scare him so he may do better in a home with older children or adults-only.

Adoption information

You can find an online adoption application here: https://bit.ly/NCASadopt Please be as detailed as possible when completing the application. We are operating with some limitations during the pandemic. To ensure prompt service, appointments are preferred.

Shelter information

Nassau County Animal Services, 86078 License Road, in beautiful downtown Yulee, Florida, 32034

Follow the National Animal News Facebook page for more news, updates and petitions.


 

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