・・・ JOEY 💖
TO BE KILLED - 11/16/2018
RESCUE ONLY “Joey struggled to walk to the office. He had a low body posture and low tail. The owner collared him, and after he started to wag his tail.” We think that statement by the intake staff tells the story of this poor, SWEET boy. He is NOT aggressive, not one bit. He is a timid little wallflower, a boy who loves #deeply
, is submissive, who looked to his parent for comfort & safety upon entering the shelter where he could barely walk (almost crawled) across the office he was so scared…..and then….. and then he wagged his tail. That was the moment he was #betrayed
. That was the moment his #fate
was sealed. His trust in his parent, trying to wag his tail, only to them walk away and out of his life forever. Our hearts are broken. So is Joey’s. He loved his family, he played exuberantly with the other #dogs
he lived with, & he spent most of his time following his parents around the house to be near them. 😕😕He is crate trained, he is mostly housetrained, he loves toys, and he would be the most loving, loyal, companion you could ever ask for. .#foster
him now. He must go to an experienced adult only home (no kids under Age 13) and you need to fill out applications to save his life.
JOEY, ID #46112
@ 3 YRS. Old, 52.6 lbs.
ACC, Large Mixed Breed, Tri-Color, Unaltered Male
Owner Surrender Reason: Landlord won’t allow
Shelter Assessment Rating: New Hope Rescue Only
Intake Behavior Rating: 3. Yellow .
AT RISK for behavioral and medical concerns. He has been observed to display fearful behavior at ACC at times avoiding interaction and shying away from direct touch. Joey startles easily & is made uncomfortable by loud noises & sudden movement.
He Has #CIRDC
Evidence of Trauma seen - yes, multiple scratches to face
INTAKE NOTE – 10/31/2018: Joey struggled to walk to the office. He had a low body posture and low tail. The owner collared him and after he started to wag his tail. No handling was done as he was fearful