The only thing Lauper and my search criteria have in common is the breed. He is a beautiful, young sheperd mix looking for your home!
Maricopa County Animal Care and Control Center (MCACC), a high kill shelter located in Phoenix, AZ. Lauper is scheduled for euthenasia within two days time. Because of the high intake, the schedule could change at any time. Any animal at this shelter can be euthanized after 72 hours, and many are, due to medical, attitude/personality/behavioral, breed and/or space issues.
Breed: German Shepherd (mix breed)
Age: Young adult
Shelter Information: Maricopa County Animal Care & Control - West
2500 S 27th Ave
Shelter dog ID: A3053137
email: VISIT THE SHELTER ASAP!
Maricopa County Animal Care and Control receives over 150 animals every day. Over the past year, more people are choosing to relinquish their pets into our care. Despite this challenge, MCACC remains committed to ending euthanasia of adoptable pets in Maricopa County.
The listings on this site are maintained by a small group of hard-working shelter volunteers. Due to the volume of animals received each day, delays may occur in updating our list of dogs. We cannot guarantee that this dog will be available when you visit the shelter, but we CAN guarantee that there will be many other wonderful dogs waiting for a second chance at life.
IT IS NOT POSSIBLE FOR US TO KNOW AN EXACT EUTHANASIA DATE FOR THIS DOG. MCACC does not euthanize for time or space. Euthanasia decisions are made if and when an animal becomes ill or behaviorally unsound. Therefore, all dogs are listed on this site with estimated dates. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT THIS DOGS STATUS CAN CHANGE AT ANY MOMENT. ACT QUICKLY IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING. YOU MUST VISIT THE SHELTER as soon as possible. Please remember to bring the dogs ID number with you.
We are open for adoptions from 11:00 am to 5:30 pm 7 days a week for your convenience.
Thank you for helping us to save this dogs life.
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