Senior Labrador retriever should not be euthanized for space at shelter

An eight-year-old Labrador retriever is currently at the San Antonio Animal Care Services in Texas. She is currently in the medical section of the shelter; Sasha is emaciated (she weighs only 33-pounds) and appears to have neurological issues.

PetHarbor listing: SASHA – ID#A570632

I am a female, white and brown Labrador Retriever blend. The shelter staff think I am about 8 years old. I was found and am currently at San Antonio Animal Care Services. If you believe you may be my owner please make arrangements to pick me up between 11am and noon on 03/23/2020. Head straight to ACS as soon as possible or email, with the 6 digit ID number above, 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 03/24/2020.

To adopt me come on down to the shelter to meet me. Email or call 210-207-6666.

To foster or rescue me through ACS please email or call 210-207-6669.

Sasha remains in the hospital section and will need a responsible rescue organization to help her. She is described as a very sweet dog who is mellow in her kennel and loves to relax cuddled in her blankets. She should not be one of the thousands of dogs across the nation euthanized for lack of space in a shelter. Can we give Sasha a second chance?  Share her plight with approved rescue organizations.

Pledges to help can be made here. Follow her plight on Facebook at SAPA Urgents and Adoptables here.

To Rescue email Make sure to reference A570632.

(Note: 4 WEEK TEMP FOSTER NEEDED FOR APPROVED RESCUE PARTNER** if you can help please email (foster plea does not mean this dog is safe)

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