No one wants this senior german shepherd , this boy has zero chance of making it out alive sadly

My god, rescues, please pull! this is a senior german shepherd, who had severe neglect and was abandoned outside to survive this past winter!

Please, please, a rescue must pull this dog. He is a male, grossly underweight with a skin infection. He needs the utmost kind treatment!

Please help this poor boy who is estimated to be 8-9 years old! He is available at gbhs animal care and control, birmingham, alabama

We are NOT the City Shelter to where pictures were taken. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PET please contact:
Gbhs Animal Care & Control at call (205)-591-6522
6227 5th Ave N
Birmingham AL 35212-1559
Ask for information about animal ID number #A202207

Please hurry!

Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this pup the forever family he rightfully deserves, please contact the Gbhs Animal Care & Control, and reference the shelter ID #A202207

- NO UPDATE RECEIVED, read comment for update from crossposter

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4 Responses to "No one wants this senior german shepherd , this boy has zero chance of making it out alive sadly"

  1. This is incorrect information. My 501c3 rescue, Sasha's Hope, located in Jasper, Al has expressed interest. We are willing to pull him once released by the vet. I have a foster spot waiting on him.

  2. Thank you Rachel Waid...I will help with a donation when you get him!

  3. Please let me know as I am trying to share him but an unable to

  4. RESCUE UPDATE:: Sasha's Hope and Rescue, Inc. - He's still in the critical care unit at the clinic. They think he is only about FIVE years old. He's heartworm negative! Negative skin scrape. He's on doxycycline for nasal discharge. He's been vaccinated and dewormed. He only weighs 43 lbs but should weigh double that. We are in constant contact with his caregivers and have a good relationship with them. I'm holding a spot for him so he has a place to go!"


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