‘Sweet boy’ at high risk of being put down at busy Texas animal control facility


A “sweet boy” is at risk of being euthanized at a busy Texas animal control facility. The seven-year-old dog, named Bernie, will be among the first dogs to be put down when space becomes an issue at the San Antonio city shelter.

On Monday, the SAPA Urgents & Adoptables Facebook page wrote:

Bernie is a sweet boy who is in need of a forever home. His kennel mate was adopted and is safe. He enjoys getting attention from people and spending time with you once he opens up! Will you give this cutie a second chance? Bernie is around 7 years old and weighs 61 lbs.

Saving Bernie

TO ADOPT, FOSTER, OR RESCUE Please Email: placement@sanantoniopetsalive.org

ID#582717

SAPA Urgents note:

NOW IN TRAN KENNELS @ CITY SHELTER: MOST AT RISK OF BEING KILLED WHEN SHELTER EVALUATES SPACE AT: 9:30 am Mon-Sat, and again at 5 pm Mon-Fri & 3 pm Sat.

Note: All inquiries about this dog must be made directly to the animal control agency.




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