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Dog Going ‘Crazy’ In His Kennel Months After Being Abandoned By His Owner

Doral, FL – In early May, a young dog was abandoned by his owner and today, he is going crazy in his kennel at the Miami-Dade Animal Services facility. The two-year-old terrier mix, Armando, has youthful energy, but there is no outlet for him in the small cage where he is confined.

Dog is going crazy in his kennel

Advocates are heartbroken for Armando, and worried for his future. The volunteer-run Facebook page, Rescue Me Miami Animal Shelter, writes:

Please look how he is bouncing in the crate!
This boy was abandoned by his owner early May 2023 and clearly is doing very bad. These type of behaviors are dangerous at MDAS he needs out asap.

Armando cannot continue to exist like this – he is clearly suffering. No young dog should spend their life stuck in a cage, without love and companionship, or room to run and play.

You can help Armando escape his sad existence by sharing his adoption information. Networking saves lives.

Find his adoption profile here. 

ID# A2465420
Animal Name: ARMANDO
Located At: Miami-Dade Animal Services
Kennel Number: A24
Description: I am a neutered male, tan Terrier mix.
Age: The shelter staff think I am about 2 years old
More Info: I have been at the shelter since May 06, 2023.

Location: Miami-Dade Animal Services
Phone Number: (305) 884-1101
Address: 3599 NW 79 Avenue
Doral, FL 33122
Note: All inquiries about this dog must be made directly to the shelter. Animal Victory is not the point of contact and has no affiliation with this dog, or this shelter facility. We share homeless pets in need of homes in order to reach more people and get them the help they need.
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  1. The shelter doesn’t have employees or volunteers that can walk the dogs so they get time out of their cages daily? Most shelters have play areas now where dogs are taken to exercise and where adopters get a change to visit with them before adopting. The shelter should also be working or networking with local rescues to get high energy dogs or dog like this one who are cage crazy out of the shelter and into a foster home. Lastly, to the owner who dumped their dog there, they should be banned from ever adopting another pet and be publicly named and shamed in the local paper and social media.



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