Blind and deaf English bulldog dumped in Miami


UPDATE: Returned to owner.

A semi-blind and possibly deaf English bulldog just became another statistic for animal neglect. The seven-year-old white and fawn dog needs emergency help. He is currently at Miami-Dade Animal Services and because of the coronavirus pandemic, rescue partners are much more difficult to secure.

Poor Bandit is all bruised up, and it is unknown what happened to him. He needs a Florida foster home, medical care and pledges to help a qualified rescue organization deal financially with his anticipated veterinary expenses.

Bandit is not listed on PetHarbor at this time, however his plight can be followed on RescueMeMiami. Share his story with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.

All available information is below:

You can also foster under the shelter’s program, email asdfoster@miamidade.gov.
BANDIT
#A1497821

I AM AN UNALTERED MALE WHITE AND FAWN ENGLISH BULLDOG

The shelter staff think I am about 7 years old

I have been at the shelter since 4/ 4/2020 and will be available on 4/6 2020

NOT YET ON PETHARBOR 🦴
Petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=MIAD.A1497821
ADOPTIONS MUST BE MADE IN PERSON

Pets  AVAILABLE HERE
LOCATED @ MIAMI -DADE PET ADOPTION & PROTECTION CENTER
3599 N.W. 79th Ave.
Miami-Doral Fl. 33312

Mon- Fri 10-4
Sat-10-4
Sunday closed
Status calls hours
Mon- Fri 7-4
Sat. 8-4
💻-pets@ Miami dade.gov




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