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Homeless Labrador, desperate to find a family: Urgent rescue needed

Hailey is listed as #4 on the shelter's euthanasia list. Please help her.
Friends of Levy Coounty's Homeless Pets

Maybe because she's a black dog that no one has adopted the lovely and gentle Hailey almost out of time at the Levy County Animal Services in Bronson, Florida. The homeless Labrador retriever blend has been at the shelter since August 9 and was available for adoption on August 14.

Tragically, Hailey is now listed as #4 on the euthanasia list, but we are going to do our best, help to find a rescuer, and to hear the following triumphant phrase:

"Hailey has left the building!"

A volunteer, who has met Hailey said this about her:

"Hailey was very friendly with other dogs, learned very fast everything Mimi Buendia (animal behaviorist) taught her. In the picture shows eye contact (watch me) command that only a good temperament and people oriented dog will respond."

Click here for the Facebook thread where volunteers are desperately trying to share her story and help her find a home.

For contact information see below:

Located at:

Levy County Animal Services

12055 NE 69th Ln.

Bronson, FL

Phone: 352.486.5138
Hours: Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Adoption fees are:

Our adoptions fees are: (CASH ONLY)

Male Dog = $70.00

Female Dog = $85.00

Male Cat = $55.00

Female Cat = $70.00

If an animal is already spayed or neutered and has a current rabies vaccination; the cost of the adoption = $20.00

Please refer to ID#80902 when inquiring about Hailey.

Friends of Levy County Homeless Pets are volunteers who try to help the homeless pets find homes. Please share Hailey's story; sharing saves lives. It only takes a few moments to send this young dog's story onto a friend. It only takes one person to feel a connection to this beautiful dog and save her life.

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