Krest is a flood rescue dog that came in 6/6, she is about 4 years old and a hound mix. She walked really easy on the leash and was really sweet when we were taking her picture. She is really laid back and I'm sure she would appreciate a quieter place than the shelter. Come by and meet her as soon as you can.
I would like to introduce myself. My name is Krest. Your probably wondering what breed I am. Yes, I'm a Mutt. I got pregnant and my babies have been taken from me. Feeling sad and alone in the local shelter is even more depressing for me. I've lost all my energy and very scared of everyone and everything. I had a human come and take me out today to get some fresh air and had a chance to smell t ... he fresh grass that made me feel at peace â . I don't belong here. I'm a lost soul that has me feeling unwanted for a very long time. I hang on to hope everyday as I sit and wait for you to come get me so I can show you that I'm worth every ounce of your love. No one will be as loyal and dedicated to you as I will be. I need help, your love and admiration. Im tired of being overlooked because of not being a full breed dog. I'm worthy as much as anyone else. â¤ #scared #sad #heartbroken #worried
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