One last day at Fort Worth shelter for one-year-old shepherd failed by humans three times

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Today could be the last day that a one-year-old German shepherd gets to see the light of day. He is listed as “code red,” and if not tagged today and out of the Fort Worth Animal Care and Control by the end of the day, his life will have ended.

Meet Hadis, who is just a year old and very dog friendly. He weighs 77 pounds and is already neutered, so he’s ready to leave with his stuffie. On May 13, he was returned to the shelter, and a once very happy and exuberant pup is almost unrecognizable. The stress and crowded conditions of the shelter have taken a terrible toll on Hadis.

A shelter volunteer shares this young dog’s heartbreaking story:

Just for some perspective- this is his 3RD TIME at the shelter. Not once was it his fault. Hadis came in last fall, was adopted and brought back for moving or unwanted (can’t remember exactly). Then he got adopted again and was found roaming around as a stray with quite some weight loss again this year. I met him in January and wish I kept his videos from then to show just now different he was. Super happy super excited and playful.😔 videos below are recent. When I opened the kennel I did not put 2 and 2 together. When he sat down for treats and showed me his “smile” that’s when I realized it was him.

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Hadis can be fostered through the shelter and they will supply foster parents with all the supplies needed. He just needs somewhere quiet to rest, decompress and once again feel like a young, happy puppy just starting out in life.

Adoptions must be done in person from 12-6pm when the shelter is open to the public.

To save this dog: You must EMAIL to place a hold on the dog! All adoption, foster, rescue tags must be sent via EMAIL: [email protected]

In subject line write “last call” with dog’s name and animal #A0050986268. You’ll get an automated response back first then staff will send a confirmation email. Staff checks all emails by 12pm before starting to euthanize.

These dogs are located at Fort Worth Animal Care & Control-SAC- 4900 Martin Street, Fort Worth, TX 76119. — at Fort Worth Animal Care & Control.

A0050986268

Hadis

German Shepherd

1 year old, 77 lbs, neutered male

adoption return on 5/13

last call for Barrier reactive

DOG FRIENDLY!

Please share this boy’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. SUPER URGENT! WE CANNOT LET THEM KILL DEAR SWEET HADIS! HE HAS BEEN THROUGH HELL ALREADY. PLEADE PLEASE GIVE HIM HIS HEAVEN ON EARTH WITH YOUR LOVE!

    WE CAN DONATE AND/OR SPONSOR!

    • I contacted the shelter directly, and they said he was rescued. I just don’t know who rescued him.
      Please let me know if you are able to find out. Thank you very much.

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