Terrified young pup hides in corner of Miami shelter and trembles all day

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Can we put out a plea to social media to save Tiger? As of Tuesday afternoon, he was cowering in the back of his kennel cage at Miami-Dade Animal Services trembling. And although he now has been moved to the front of the shelter’s kennels to help him be seen by potential adopters, he can’t get over her fright.

Tiger arrived at the shelter on March 21 and is shy in the kennel. After a few days at the shelter, he became ill with an upper respiratory infection. He has been responding to treatment, but he has not completed his isolation period. He would do best recuperating in a home.

Adoption offering:


Animal Name: TIGER

Located At: Miami-Dade Animal Services

Kennel Number: B19

Description: I am a neutered male, brown brindle Terrier.

Age: The shelter staff think I am about 2 years old

More Info: I have been at the shelter since Mar 21, 2024.

For more information:

Please see below – adoptions are made in person at at the shelter

Miami Dade Animal Service

3599 NW 79th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33122

Call (305) 884-1101 or email [email protected]

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