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Scared 15-pound fox terrier shivers in fear at Memphis shelter: Rescue needed

This little guy has no name, but weighs only 15-pounds and is just so terrified. Please consider saving him.
This little guy has no name, but weighs only 15-pounds and is just so terrified. Please consider saving him.
Memphis Pets Alive

Barely 15-pounds and only four-years-old this little fox terrier hasn't figured out why he is being kept in a kennel surrounded by strangers. A volunteer writes this:

"He is paralyzed with fear and just shakes when it gets loud. I bet he will change completely out of the kennels!"

Watch this little guy's video clip by clicking here; he's trying to sit up and be so brave, but looking closer, one can see him shivering in fear.

This dog is located at Memphis Animal Services. Please call 901.636.1416.

His Facebook thread can be found by clicking here. This poor little guy is listed as heartworm positive, and will need to be treated. He arrived at the shelter on July 19 and will be eligible for adoption on July 25.

Click here for his PetHarbor listing. Please reference #A269117.

2350 Appling City Cove
Memphis, TN 38133
Phone: 901-636-1416

The Memphis shelter does not adopt animals over the phone. Please post your interest on the Cage Card picture and one of the local rescue groups may be able to help you. Be careful and ask for references.

There has been little information made available for this little dog. Please post questions on the above referenced Facebook page and a volunteer will respond. Questions can also be directed to volunteers by posting here.

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