Stressed pup great with people needs a foster home or he will not see tomorrow

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At the Williamstown County Regional Animal Shelter in Georgetown, Texas, a five-year-old dog continues to be stressed as a result of the shelter environment. Because of the quality of his life, the shelter has decided to humanely euthanize Draco on Wednesday if a foster home can not be secured.

Draco loves people, loves to play and loves to be scratched,  but he is dog reactive and doesn’t like cats. Sadly, that limits this boy’s options, but it just can’t be a death sentence, can it?

Please share this dog’s plight with friends, family, approved rescue organizations and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives, and Draco’s future has never been dimmer. Please do it today!

Interested in helping this sweet boy who loves to swim?  Contact the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter in Georgetown, TX. Steven McElroy, phone number 512-943-1992 or Katie Johnson, [email protected].

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