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Unrecognizable and horribly neglected Labrador retriever needs a miracle

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Bryant doesn't even look like a Labrador retriever mix because he's missing most of his hair. Unfortunately, his unrecognizable beauty and charm has been passed over after some unconscionable owner allowed this dog to suffer from inexcusable neglect.

On Tuesday, Bryant, (303017) will be euthanized if a foster situation or rescue organization can not be procured to help this dog by the close of the business day.

The Facebook page for SAPA (San Antonio Pets Alive) notes the following about this dog:

"Sweet Bryant, 303017, just came in, and as you can see he needs a lot of TLC. Bryant is a Labrador Retriever blend who weighs approx 35 lbs. He does have hair loss which SAPA will treat; no problem at all! Bryant has a deadline of 2:00 p.m.!

These companion pets are located at Animal Care Services and due to extreme overpopulation, they are on the City San Antonio’s euthanasia list and will be put to sleep unless they are fostered, adopted or rescued by the deadline noted above their ID#!"

Please follow Bryant's plight by clicking here. No dog is ever completely safe until he is out of the building, so please follow along carefully.

More information follows for anyone wishing to help:

For more information on fostering http://www.sanantoniopetsalive.org/foster/

Want to adopt? Complete the online applicationhttp://www.sanantoniopetsalive.org/adopt/adopt-a-dog/
submit application to placement@sanantoniopetslive.org

If you are able to help, please email by Tuesday's deadline: To adopt, foster/ rescue email: placement@sanantoniopetsalive.org.

Please share Bryant's story with your friends, family and coworkers. It only takes a moment to forward this article to a friend; remember it only takes one person to see Bryant's plight and feel a special connection to want to help. Sometimes it is very difficult to look at these dogs, but remember they feel a lot worse than we do; their lives are in danger.

For more information about San Antonio Pets Alive, please click here.

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