Owner surrendered dog at Texas shelter ‘for change in lifestyle’

As if Texas doesn’t have enough dogs that are in desperate need of homes, a one-year-old puppy was surrendered by her owner to Fort Worth Animal Care & Control “for change in lifestyle.”

Evee (48201040) is barely out of puppyhood. She weighs 44-pounds, is not spayed and is heartworm negative. On July 12, her family turned her into the shelter; describing her as getting along with other dogs, enjoys playing with tennis balls, loves going for walks, meeting new dogs and cuddling with her family.

At the shelter, Evee’s advocate notes she is good with children, but is shy and skittish around new people.

Adoptions must be done in person. Do not call the shelter. Please note the shelter is full and has been euthanizing pets because of a lack of space.

All rescue tags must be sent via EMAIL: fwacctag@fortworthtexas.gov.
Are you interested in fostering or adopting? The shelter is open 12-6p.m. for adoptions, but fosters can pick up pets earlier starting around 8:00 a.m. Please share Evee’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.
This animal is located at Fort Worth Animal Care and Control, North Animal Campus, 351 Hillshire Dr, Fort Worth TX.

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