Just Zeus and his teddy bear in Texas shelter after landlord said ‘they had to go’

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At the Harris County Pets Resource Center in Houston, Texas, Zeus and his teddy bear were surrendered to the shelter when his owner’s landlord decided the friendly dog was no longer welcome. Sadly, Zeus is so depressed, and his feelings are hurt; his only consolation is to cuddle with his teddy bear and wait for someone to help.
Information about Zeus:
Heartworm NEGATIVE
Three-years old
 62.5 lbs
House trained
 Travels in the car
Walks on the leash
 Loves men, women and children

ZEUS – ID#A578180

My name is ZEUS

I am a neutered male. I look like a brown Pit Bull Terrier mix.

The shelter staff think I am about 3 years old.

I weigh 62.50 pounds

Harris County Pets Resource Center
612 Canino Rd. Houston, TX 77076
Monday-Friday 1pm-5:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-3:30pm
Please use the animal’s six digit ID number (A578180) when calling the shelter. Using the ID number makes it easier for the phone operators to give you accurate, up to date information.
Check out Zeus’ video:
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2 replies
  1. Bunny Peters says:

    I am in the Seattle area or I would offer to foster. I work for a residential real estate company (we lease out apartments and mobile home spaces). We recognize that furbabies are part of the family. Our residents are allowed to have pets (2/household). It breaks my heart to think of a family pet for years suddenly banned due to rules changes…… a compassionate manager would “grandfather” in existing furbabies with their families (have the residents sign to acknowledge that they had the new rules explained to them) and not allow any new furbabies. Any furbaby who passes away can’t be replaced. This rule change does not affect ADA service dogs.
    I hope someone local can open their heart and home for this precious treasure. He deserves to be in a loving furever family where he will be treated as a beloved family member.


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