Update 5/20/14 4:00 p.m. (PST) Asphalt has left the building and is on the way to a veterinarian.
A Great Dane, who was brought to an animal control facility in Greenville, S.C., is in desperate need of rescue assistance. The dog, named "Asphalt," was surrendered by his owner, who stated that the dog was likely hit by a car.
According to the veterinarian, the open wounds on Asphalt's back are more likely the result of a chemical burn.
Asphalt needs to leave the animal control facility today - the following information has been shared:
He is about 3 yrs, Great Dane, Male, and HW negative!!
We cannot treat him here as he is terrified, he is not mean he is just really scared!!
He needs to leave the shelter ASAP, he has to be out today 5/20/14 by 7 pm!!
Pull fee is $19!
Please take a moment to network Asphalt's information - according to the facility, there are no rescues currently working to pull him from the facility.
Anyone who is able to help is asked to email: firstname.lastname@example.org and reference ID##22763270.
Facebook thread here.
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