A tragic story of a beautiful young dog named Alicia who is out of time at the Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control must be told, with hopes that in the nick of time, someone will be this dog's miracle.
Abandoned in West Palm Beach, this two-year-old Vizsla mix actually has a micro chip. Optimistic for a moment this gentle dog would be reunited with her human, sadly turned out as a dead end; the telephone number provided had been disconnected.
If unfamiliar with the Vizsla breed, these medium sized dogs are a gentle and affectionate breed known to be true hunters; always sniffing for the scent of a bird. Their beautiful rust color coats are the markers of the breed.
Alicia is young and full of energy. She would do best with someone who enjoys being active and likes to be outdoors.
"I bet Alicia would enjoy the Jupiter dog beach," stated Tammi Cummings, of Staten Island. "If only someone would give her the chance she deserves, this dog would thank her owner every moment of her life."
A volunteer's assessment of Alicia was as follows:
"Two years old and deserves a fair chance at happiness. Temperament upon meeting: pulled ears, squeezed paws, messed with mouth...no reaction. Please help!"
Alicia's future truly hangs by a thread. Please share her desperate story with your friends, coworkers, and family.
For more information how Alicia can be adopted, please call Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control immediately and refer to #1717851.
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