Oh No! 17-year-old shepherd surrendered by his owner on death row… Can you help?


At the San Antonio Animal Care Services, “Sid” was surrendered on Tuesday by his owner. The 17-year-old black German shepherd and Labrador retriever blend can be humanely euthanized at any time – there is no mandatory waiting period for surrendered pets.

Sid’s plight is critical. According to the shelter, he needs placement – either adoption or a foster home immediately. Can you help?

PetHarbor adoption listing:

“I am a male, black Shepherd and Labrador Retriever. The shelter staff think I am about 17 years old.
I was surrendered by my owner, and I am currently at San Antonio Animal Care Services. If you still believe you may be my owner please make arrangements to pick me up before 4:30 PM on 06/30/2020

Email: acscustomerservice@sanantonio.gov for more information on reclaim procedures and requirements. Please see the administration team to be escorted to my kennel.
I will need confirmed adoption, foster or rescue placement by 10am on 07/01/2020.
To adopt me come on down to the shelter to meet me. Email acsadoptions@sanantonio.gov or call 210-207-6666.
To foster or rescue me through ACS please email ACSrescue-foster@sanantonio.gov or call 210-207-6669.

For more information about Sid and how to help him, visit San Antonio Animal Care Services.
Ask for information about animal ID number: A578350.

Sid’s plight should be shared with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. His advocate is helping to raise funds payable to an approved rescue to help with expenses.

Sharing saves lives.





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