A volunteer writes: It is hard to know what is going on in Sammi's head - he is very distressed at the care center. Although he does not display aggression towards his handler, he tries to bite his own tail. We are not exactly sure what is causing this level of anxiety in him. Sammi is being given mild sedatives to help calm him. He looks like he was once a well taken care of dog as his coat is shiny and clean. But, he is clearly in distress and hurting himself. He has no aggression and does not redirect when I try to stop him from spinning and grabbing his tail. Please help lovely Sammi find his forever home.
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