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Incredibly handsome American Eskimo in overcrowded Texas shelter needs rescue

Please help to save Alfredo. He is people friendly, dog friendly, and a sweetheart who deserves a wonderful home.
Please help to save Alfredo. He is people friendly, dog friendly, and a sweetheart who deserves a wonderful home.
Sidekicks of Everman Animal Shelter

In Everman, Texas an incredibly handsome golden retriever and American Eskimo cross is now in danger of being euthanized because the shelter is overcrowded. Meet Alfredo who is estimated to be no more than two years old.

The staff and volunteers at Everman Animal Shelter describe Alfredo as friendly, sweet and likes to play, although he is not high energy. He is fully vetted, up-to-date on his vaccinations, neutered and heartworm negative.

The small rural shelter is located south of Fort Worth in Tarrant County. Alfredo could certainly use our help.

Please contact Everman Animal Shelter for more info.
Phone: 817-561-5495

According to the volunteer group, Sidekicks of the Everman Animal Shelter, all dog kennels are now full. A notice was posted Sunday afternoon, and the life of Alfredo and others are now in jeopardy:

"URGENT: ALL DOG KENNELS ARE NOW FULL The Everman Shelter had two newbies that were abandoned at the shelter today and they are getting 2 more in tomorrow. There is no more room for incoming dogs. Please share the doggies for rescue and/or adoption! All dogs are $20 to adopt!"

Click here for Alfredo's PetFinder information.

Please share Alfredo's story with your family, friends and coworkers. Sharing saves lives, and it only takes a moment to forward this dog's story onto a friend. Remember it only takes one special person to look at Alfredo's photo and decide there is a connection.

By the way, Alfredo gets along well with other dogs. He did come into the shelter with his Husky friend, Noodle, but the two do not have to be adopted together. (although that would be wonderful)

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