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Stray Dallas pooch sits like a good boy at Animal Control hoping to be adopted

Overheard by a volunteer at Dallas Animal Service, this adorable boy asked, "if I sit like a good boy, will someone nice take me home.?"
Overheard by a volunteer at Dallas Animal Service, this adorable boy asked, "if I sit like a good boy, will someone nice take me home.?"Dallas Pets Alive

Dallas Pets Alive want very much to save this beautiful black and white pooch coming to the end of his time at Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center. A qualified foster home is needed immediately and able to help him adjust to a home environment until he is ready to be adopted.

This 60-pound boy came into the Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center extremely fearful, but volunteers and the staff now smile with delight as he runs up to everyone, eagerly wags his tail, and gently snatches a welcomed treat.

On Friday, a volunteer heard this beautiful dog whisper:

"If I sit here and act like a good dog, will someone come and adopt me?"

Dallas Pets Alive is an all volunteer organization which depends on foster homes to care for rescued pets. They are involved in helping pets from Dallas Animal Services who are at the greatest risk and helping owners who are faced with giving up their pets through no fault of their own. Through education and compassion, hopefully one day animal shelters will have many empty kennel cages. The group rescues healthy and treatable pets about to be euthanized.

If you can help, please fill out a foster app here: http://bit.ly/dpafoster.

Click here for his PetHarbor listing. The poor guy doesn't even have a name. He has been at the shelter since June 17 and is available for adoption immediately.

If interested in adopting this beautiful boy, please contact Dallas Animal Services at (214) 670-8246
Ask for information about animal ID number A840943.

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