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Young German shepherd surrendered to slammed animal control

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A one-year-old German shepherd was recently surrendered to the Garland Animal Shelter in Texas.

The dog, named "Trooper," has been labeled as "rescue only" because his prior owner stated that he did not get along with other dogs.

Unfortunately, Trooper is in grave danger because the facility is "slammed."

A volunteer has indicated that Trooper is "very sweet" with people and he has not yet been evaluated with other dogs.

Please take a moment to network on Trooper's behalf, before this handsome boy is lost forever.

Information:

You can prepay the adoption fee of $80 and this will include spay/neuter, shots, having dewormer(if needed)and HW test. If the dog is already altered at intake, the adoption fee is then $35.00 OR you can place a rescue tag on him/her at rescue@garlandtx.gov ASAP and they will let you know if he/she gets in trouble.

972-205-3570, option 2, then 4
600 Tower Street, Garland, TX 75041

ID# A171947

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