Little Pancho was picked up as a stray along the streets of Miami. Only a year-and-a-half-old, this little cutie has been passed up for adoption because of the overcrowded conditions at Miami-Dade County Animal Services.
Listed as available for adoption on June 6, Pancho is officially off of "stray hold" which simply means he can be euthanized for space at any moment. Volunteers who have met Pancho personally, as well as the shelter staff, state this little guy has a wonderful friendly and gentle disposition.
On Saturday an adoption event is being held at the Varela High School from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. located at 15255 SW 96th Street in Miami. The shelter will be hosting pet adoptions with reduced pet adoption fees. Adoption fees include sterilization, microchip, vaccines, heartworm test, and deworming.
It is not known if Pancho will be attending, however please follow this little guy's desperate plight for rescue on Facebook by clicking here.
For more information about Pancho, please click here. Reference A161850 for more information about this dog.
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