Injured German shepherd has a microchip, but nobody came to shelter to claim him

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A German shepherd name PJ was taken in at the Harris County Pets facility in Houston, Texas, and although he has a microchip, nobody came to get him. The seven-year-old German shepherd has an injured leg. On July 12, the Houston Save Lives Is Our Mission Facebook page provided more information:

HANDSOME GERMAN SHEPHERD MALE FOUND WITH MICROCHIP, BUT OWNER IS NOT RESPONDING SO PROBABLY DUMPED, NEEDS A RESCUE!** This handsome but seems neglected, was picked up stray on 77044 on July 7,2021, shelter found has a microchip, but sad after several intents leaving messages, owner is not responding, so now he needs RESCUE!

Adding:

he is limping and has been treated in the back left leg for some type of injury! tested heartworm positive so confirm my idea that he was kept outside as an ornament or guardian purposes, SAD REALITY, people who don’t deserve own this breed at all! PLEASE LET’S HELP HIM find a good new home

PJ as been at the shelter for almost a month – and he is hurt. Please share his adoption information to help him find somewhere safe to go, before it’s too late.

Petharbor link here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Harris County Pets at (281) 999-3191
Ask for information about animal ID number A577885

Contact Harris county pets DIRECTLY for any status or how to meet this pet, located at 612 Canino Rd, Houston Tx. Phone 281-999-3191. Monday to Friday lines are open from 9am-6pm. On weekends lines are open from 9am-4pm. Public is only allow by appointment.

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


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