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Blind, senior shepherd mix falls in hole, and is taken to animal control

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On September 2, a senior German shepherd mix was rescued from a five-foot hole in Chicago, Illinois, and taken to the Chicago Animal Care and Control facility.

The dog, whose name is unknown, is described as a senior and she is blind.

On Wednesday, the CACC Transfer Team, which promotes dogs who are in need of rescue, posted the following information:

RESCUE ONLY AT CHICAGO ACC
NOT ON THE ADOPTION FLOOR

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STRAY OUT DATE 9/7, DOG IS BLIND AND FELL INTO A 5FT DEEP HOLE. WE VOLUNTEERS ARE NOT SURE OF BREED, CARD SAYS GERM SHEP MIX, LOOKS A LITTLE FLAT COATED RET MIX AS WELL.

This elderly dog is in need of a rescue agency. Please take a moment to network the following information:

  • Petharbor link here
  • ID#A116555
  • Chicago Animal Care and Control at (312) 747-1406
  • Due out Sept. 7
  • Facebook thread here
  • WANT TO PULL FROM THIS SHELTER: If you’re a rescue group that wants to apply to pull from Chicago ACC, please fill out a Homeward Bound Application below and fax to 312-747-1409 along with your IL Dept. of Agriculture License and 501c3. http://tinyurl.com/HOMEWARDBOUNDAPP
  • FOSTER OPPORTUNITIES: If you want to foster a dog on this page, please contact any of our approved partners. Let them know you are interested in this particular dog at Chicago ACC and ask for a foster application. CACC Homeward Bound partners: http://tinyurl.com/caccrescuelist

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