Mallory thought she had finally found a loving home; after all, this beautiful American Staffordshire terrier had spent nearly two years at the Almost Home Shelter in Southfield, Mich. And when on Sept. 6, she packed up her toys and her collar to join her new family, her joy only lasted two weeks; Mallory didn't get along with the other dogs.
The Almost Home Shelter is located in Southfield, and is a no-kill facility with more than a 100 dogs and cats in their care at most times.
Mallory looks so depressed, but volunteers are still hopeful that one day her Prince will come. She is up-to-date on her vaccines, spayed, and house trained. Volunteers at the shelter have been working with her, and this athletic and highly intelligent dog is eager to learn and love. She loves people, but would be best suited in a home with no other pets unless properly socialized and introduced first.
A staff member who helps with Mallory states:
"I love walking Mallory. She just wants to be around people and play. She seems to always be smiling, too. It's true. She has amazing facial expressions and a great big beautiful smile."
Unfortunately there are a limited amount of volunteers, and therefore a limited amount of time Mallory gets the attention she craves and deserves.
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Mallory's story has been shared 22,000 times, and she still has no permanent home. It has been stated the Almost Home Shelter will only adopt Mallory to someone who lives in Michigan. Please spread Mallory's story to friends, relatives, and coworkers in Michigan. Let's help to find her a wonderful home.
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