At the Harris County Shelter, a brown brindle and white female bull terrier cowers in the corner and waits for someone to adopt her. Her family left her behind saying she was after the cat, and so the solution was to surrender the dog to the shelter.
Bull terriers have a special temperament; they are active dogs and need frequent walks and love exercise. They become very vested in their families and can easily become bored and mischievous. According to Your Purebred Puppy, an English Bull Terrier should not be kept with another dog of the same sex, and cats may or may not be safe.
A volunteer from Houston, Save Lives Is our Mission, stated the two-year-old dog named Khaleesi stays in the corner of her kennel cage and does not make eye contact with anyone. When her owners brought her in, she barked in fear at the crowded environment seeing so many people and other dogs. When it was Khaleesi’s turn to be taken away from her owner, her tail curled up between her legs, and she continued to look back while crying.
My name is KHALEESI. I am a spayed female. I look like a brown brindle and white Bull Terrier. The shelter staff think I am about 2 years old. I weigh 36.00 pounds. A568424
Khaleesi is scared and who can blame her? Please share her plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.
Watch her video here: (copy and paste the url into your browser)
For more information about Khaleesi, contact:
Harris County Pets at (281) 999-3191
Address: 612 Camino Road, Houston, Texas
Ask for information about animal ID number A568424.