Daniella is a stunning black and white terrier with huge bat-like ears. She’s friendly, housebroken and takes treats very gently. She is an owner surrender because he could not afford her. At around 40 pounds, she’s a perfect, medium-sized dog. Just big enough for kids to hug, but no so big that she’d knock anyone over.
Daniella appears to like other dogs, and she knows basic obedience. She’s urgently in need of foster or adoption or rescue from the Tampa Shelter.
- ID# A26986806
- Facebook thread
- rescuepets@HillsboroughCounty.org and firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hillsborough County Animal Services, 440 N. Falkenburg Rd., Tampa, FL 33619
- Open 7 days a week, 10am – 7pm
The shelter tries to help all the dogs; they allow fostering to make space for new dogs coming in. But open access shelters must take in the strays and dogs abandoned by their owners. And there simply are not enough homes. So the sad reality is that wonderful, sweet and affectionate dogs are killed each and every day in shelters all over the country.
Daniella is a sweet 4 year old girl. She takes treats very nicely and know some commands and appears to be house broken. She seemed to want to play with the dog in the adjacent run. Please share this sweet girl.”
Rescue Me Tampa posts the following: If you would like to pledge for a dog, just post a comment on the dogs thread how much you would like to pledge. We encourage people to only make pledges for HCAS approved rescues or to the HCAS foster program. Money should never be sent directly to adopters. It can be sent directly to their vet for dogs that have medical issues. Once a dog with pledges leaves the building to the approved rescue and we receive a link where pledges can be paid, we will post the link. We cannot be responsible for pledges being paid. It is up to rescues to collect their own pledges. Sadly, usually not 100% of pledges are actually realized. Rescues feel free to let us know if someone has not paid a pledge after being asked and we may ban them from the page. It would be helpful if pledgers would keep a list of dogs they have pledged for so they can check on the threads and pay their pledges once the dog leaves the building.
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