Family said Bo was ‘destructive inside’ so they dumped him at Texas shelter

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Meet “Bo” such a handsome and friendly guy, but his family surrendered him a few days ago explaining to the staff at the Fort Worth Animal Care and Control because their dog was “destructive inside.” And so another heartbroken and depressed dog curls up in the corner of a shelter cage and tries his best to block out the noise of dogs barking, clanking bowls and strangers walking by him carrying on their daily shelter tasks.
Bo is nine-years-old, weighs 75 pounds, heartworm negative and is neutered. He was surrendered on April 18, and although there have been some inquiries about rescuing him, there has not been any verification that Bo is safe. This confused dog’s notes do indicate he is also dog friendly.
“I wasn’t able to take him outside because he hasn’t been evaluated yet but notes say friendly on intake. He is such a pretty dog that seems so upset and confused why he is at the shelter. I included his intake picture in the comments. Dog friendly!!”
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For more information:
Bo: A7568180
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This animal is located at Fort Worth Animal Care and Control/Chuck Silcox Adoption Center, 4900 Martin Street, Fort Worth Texas 76119.
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Such a sweet parrot!

3 replies
  1. Diana Rowell says:

    I’m calling their accusation FALSE! There ARE so many remedies to what they “claim” was the problem, that I don’t buy their B.S. They’re what I call “truth cowards”, because no matter what the reality is, they WILL misconstrue it to make themselves look the victim/innocent, while all blame is on someone else, including their dogs. It’s always someone else’s fault, ALWAYS.


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