Update: RESCUED by Trina & Friends K9 Rescue (both dogs were rescued).
Haslet, TX – The “last call” has been issued for a young German shepherd who is at the Fort Worth Animal Care & Control-North Animal Campus with his little friend, Papi. Papi is not currently on the “euthanasia” list, but Delgado the shepherd is.
On Wednesday Code Red Animals of FWACC wrote:
LAST CALL‼️ The following dogs will be euthanized if not tagged by 5:30pm on Wednesday, September 20th and out of the building by 5:30pm on Thursday, September 21st. Any animal without a confirmed tag and not out of the building by these times should not be considered safe.
A volunteer writes, “Delgado is very gentle, patient, and loving. He is not aggressive at all, just barks at the kennel asking to be let out when walk by. Delgado and Papi have a very special bond and I feel should not be separated. They eat together, and Delgado patiently waits for Papi to eat first and then eats what’s left.”
The bonded friends even sleep together. Papi has no idea that his friend may be gone forever soon.
Delgado’s ID# A0054131310
Please share his information to help save his life!
DO NOT CALL THE SHELTER! It goes to the city call center; not the shelter. All communication with the shelter is through email.
✅ Adoptions must be done in person from 12-6pm when the shelter is open to the public.
📩 To save this dog: You must EMAIL to place a hold on the dog! All adoption, foster, rescue tags must be sent via EMAIL: email@example.com
➡️ In subject line write “last call” with dog’s name and animal #. You’ll get an automated response back first then staff will send a confirmation email. Staff checks all emails by 9am before starting to euthanize.
🏠These dogs are located at Fort Worth Animal Care & Control-North Animal Campus: 351 Hillshire Drive, Haslet, TX 76052.
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.