An adorable, male German shepherd puppy is in desperate need of help at the City of Garland Animal Services facility in Texas.
The puppy, who is estimated to be approximately two to three months of age, has started to develop signs of sickness at the busy animal control facility, and because of that, he needs to get out, soon.
On Monday morning, the facility shared the following information:
This male GSD puppy was noted to be sneezing/coughing. He needs to be pulled asap. was given all intake vaccines( bordetella, dhpp, and dewormer). He looks to be about 2-3 months old. please let me know if you can assist with rescue.
A shelter volunteer pleaded for assistance for the pup, writing:
He is a baby! Gets along well with other dogs. Look at those ears!
SHELTER IS SLAMMED FULL, PLEASE CONSIDER ALL DOGS OF HOLD AT RISK!
Saving a life can sometimes be as simple as taking a time to increase an at-risk dog's visibility. Readers can assist this puppy by networking information with the hopes that a rescue agency who can help will be found.
Information of note: The adoption fee of $80 can be prepaid - the fee covers spay/neuter, shots, worming medication and a heartworm test. If the dog is already altered at intake, the adoption fee is only $35. Rescue tags can be made to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, or phoned to 972-205-3570, option 2.
Please refer to identification number A191088 when inquiring about rescuing this puppy. Facebook thread for this pup at this link.
The City of Garland Animal Services facility is located at 600 Tower Street, Garland, TX 75041.
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