In just a few hours, Snowflake will be gone. At only four years of age, she has been dealt a lousy hand by the humans who never cared about her except for profit. Her breeding and lack of socialization, neglect or abuse and her behavior is directly related to the failure of her humans to help her be her best self.
Posted by Lisa Namaste Smith on Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Snowflake has been at the shelter for eight days, and today she will die because no one has come forward to help. This 54-pound American bully mix has severe barrier aggression and is growling and lunging at people trying to leash her or when opening her kennel. She is in behavioral distress, and that is no condition to be in at an open admission shelter; with Snowflake showing teeth and displaying bite tendencies she cannot stay at the shelter.
Only a rescue group capable of taking on Snowflake should apply. Just saving her life today and sending her to a boarding facility indefinitely without behavior modification work and ensuring her safety, is not fair to Snowflake.
The worst part of all this – it’s not Snowflake’s fault. No one ever taught her that humans can be kind. No one ever worked with her with positive reinforcement and no one ever cared enough to help her become a good canine citizen. It’s not Snowflake’s fault, but today she dies.
6/3 DEADLINE#A2140078-unable to keep any humane euthanasia will be indicated if no commitment by COB today
SNOWFLAKE#A2140078 I am a female white and black Bulldog.