Greenville, SC – Leave a healthy, young German shepherd alone outdoors for any length of time and you will encounter problems.
A bored German shepherd will likely bark, dig and proceed to terrorize the property – chewing up plants, gnawing on patio furniture, or attempting to escape the yard.
A gorgeous 3 yr-old German shepherd named Alisa was recently surrendered by her owners to the Greenville County Animal Control.
Reason for surrender? “Destructive outdoors”
Hmmm… how much time did Alisa spend outdoors alone? Did anyone take her for a walk? Throw the ball? God forbid, bring her inside to be with her family?
Now, this beautiful dog is at risk.
Alisa is listed as “Friendly”, and “Healthy” – she appears to be a great dog, who had the misfortune of being owned by less than stellar people.
ANIMAL ID: 13518732
EST. AGE: 3 yrs
EST. WEIGHT: 50 lbs
HEALTH: Appears Healthy
ADDITIONAL INFO: Owner Surrender—“Destructive Outside”
RESCUE PULL FEE: $65
AVAILABLE DATE: Now
UPDATE: space is limited!!!
Alisa is at risk of being killed – she needs to get out of this animal control facility as soon as possible.
Information on rescue or adoption is as follows:
IF YOU ARE A PRIVATE ADOPTER, please see the link below. This information MUST be faxed to: (864) 467-3294
Adoption Information: http://www.box.net/shared/yq2nvebii5mity23m4m3
IF YOU ARE A RESCUE ORGANIZATION, Non-Profit, please see the link below. This information MUST be faxed to: (864) 467-3294
Rescue Questionnaire: http://www.box.net/shared/qzfuj89a2s
Note: 501(c)3 status is not required to pull from GCAC.
TRANSPORT LINKS http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=336569&id=153272091374499
TRANSPORT MAY BE AVAILABLE TO YOUR AREA—JUST ASK!
PULL FEE/VETTING INFORMATION: The $65 fee for dogs includes spay/neuter, microchip, de-worm, DHLPP/Rabies vaccs, Heartworm test (4 months old+) and flea treatment. The price is the same for puppies.
If you can help, please email: [email protected]
Please share Alisa’s story and help her to get out of this animal control facility before it’s too late. Thank you.
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