https://petrescuereport.com/wp-content/uploads/Stella-and-Marley.png 317 656 Cheryl Hanna https://petrescuereport.com/wp-content/uploads/PRR-Logo3b-300x38-1.png Cheryl Hanna2021-06-10 12:24:182021-06-10 12:24:18Marley and Stella lost when their owner died and no one wanted to help them
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When Marley and Stella’s owner passed away recently, the family no longer wanted them. Tragically, the two are now homeless and were surrendered to Harris County Pets Shelter in Texas.
“Marely and Stella were brought together after their owner passed away and the family cannot keep them anymore. This pair sad lost their owner a month ago, the father could not keep them anymore (was his son who died and was the owner) sad to say this happens when you don’t leave a will, so please do it, you never know what can happen tomorrow!”
Marley has a mass on his foot and is heartworm positive. Stella has hair loss, is underweight and is not in good physical condition, but their lives count. Both dogs deserve an equal chance to be rescued and loved in a new home. The dogs are very bonded, and it would be desirable if they could be placed together, however to save their lives, separation would be logical over a death sentence.
Stella #A575927 My name is STELLA. I am female. I look like a brown Boxer. The shelter staff think I am about 8 years old. I weigh 52.00 pounds. Tested heartworm negative. Skin crape was negative.
Marley #A575928. My name is MARLEY. I am a neutered male. I look like a white and brown Jack Russell mix. The shelter staff think I am about 5 years old. I weigh 28.50 pounds. Tested heartworm positive.
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Contact Harris county pets DIRECTLY for any status or how to meet this pet, located at 612 Camino 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.
If you want to become a foster for shelter just need be 18 yrs and older, have a valid DL. For more info on this pet contact them directly during business hours.
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