Terrified young dog at Houston shelter for a month and now her status is urgent

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To say “Mae” is terrified is an understatement. At the Harris County Pets Resource Center, where the Doberman Pinscher / Labrador Retriever has been at the shelter for nearly a month, she is just as scared as she was the day she was surrendered.

Mae sits in her kennel cage – her tail tightly tucked while trying to make herself invisible. Sadly, Mae was surrendered with her sibling because they were said to have been “dog aggressive.” The videographer for Houston &Harris County Animal Volunteers took Mae out of her shelter cage, and there was no such behavior. Mae’s sibling was lucky enough to have been adopted, however it wasn’t much of a consolation for Mae.

Mae needs someone with patience to give this young dog time and room to decompress and begin trusting humans again.



This is what is known about Mae:

Heartworm NEGATIVE

🐾 1 year, 4 months old

🐾 46 lbs

🐾 already spayed

🐾 housebroken

🐾 travels in a carrier

🐾 loves men, women and KIDS


MAE – ID#A556632

I’m Ready to Go!

My name is MAE

I am a spayed female. I look like a tricolor Doberman Pinscher / Labrador Retriever.

The shelter staff think I am about 1 year and 4 months old.

I weigh 46.00 pounds.

A556632 Harris County Pets Resource Center is located at 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 when calling the shelter. Using the ID number makes it easier for the phone operators to give you accurate, up to date information. ID#A556632.

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