Syris is a shy sweet boy. After reading his story below you'll understand why is is still coming out of his shell. He has a beautiful rusty brown coat and huge green/brown eyes. We think Syris is around 3 years old. He weighs around 30 pounds.
This is Syris's background -- on the evening of December 7, in partnership with Broward County officials Animal Aid, Inc. was able to rescue 42 dogs from a horrific hoarding situation. All of the dogs were living with a family in a two-bedroom apartment. The conditions were unimaginable. Among the dogs was a litter of eight two-month old puppies.
In spite of terrible environment, these dogs are amazing. With the exception of the puppies, most of them came in undernourished. In spite of their awful environment these dogs are amazing. They are so warm, friendly and well behaved, even while getting bathed. Not a single one has snapped at us or misbehaved in the slightest way. We are giving them loads of attention and love, and they’re already responding great.
The dogs are all small to mid sized. The breed mixes include Weimaraner, Irish Setter, Wire Haired Terrier, Poodle, Greyhound, other Terrier and Bulldog.
Our Adoption Center & Spay Clinic is open 6 days a week 12-5 (closed Sunday) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We are located at 571 NE 44th Street, the NW corner of Prospect (44th) and 6th in Oakland Park, FL. Our application is available online: www.animal-aid.com where you can also view all of our adoptable dogs and cats. The $50 donation we are requesting will help the next dog or cat in need and includes our medical program; 5-way vaccines, rabies vaccine, de-worming, blood test for heartworm and tick diseases, spay or neuter and microchip ID.
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